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Kaka denies Real Madrid exit

Real Madrid playmaker Kaka has moved to distance himself from rumours linking him with a move to the Premier League, claiming he will be staying at the Bernabeu this summer.

• Kaka mother hints at London move

Speculation intensified last week that the Brazilian star could be on his way to England after a post from his mother on Twitter, which claimed: ''We are going to be in London next season where we will be preaching the word of God. We will be there from August - I can tell you.''

But the former AC Milan man, who has struggled for form and fitness since moving to Madrid from the Rossoneri in 2009, insists it is only his mother who will be going to London and stressed that he is determined to stay at Real.

"I want to stay at Real Madrid, I want to play at Real Madrid next season,'' he said. ''My mother is coming to London in September to preach.

"I don't want to think now about playing in the Premier League, going back to Brazil, going back to Italy. I have a good relationship with Carlo [Ancelotti] but the truth is that I want to stay in Madrid, I want to play in Madrid and I want to live in Madrid.''

Kaka was speaking at the launch of the new Adidas predator football boots in London.

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