|Roberto Carlos and Kaka|
In addition, Roberto Carlos, former Real Madrid player and Anzhi sporting director, was in Madrid last week to visit his family and not be ruled out that used his stay in the capital to deal with Real Madrid and the Brazilian Kaka in order to get the transfer of the player to the Russian club.
Anzhi, coached by Guus Hiddink, is qualified for the last-16 knockout phase of the Europa League, and will face the German team Hannover. But the goal of Russian billionaire Suleyman Kerimov, owner of the club, is to win the Champions League. Hence he is willing to invest up to 300 million euros to achieve this ambitious goal.
Following the refusal of Milan to sign Kaka and Wesley Sneijder's arrival at Galatasaray (the other club who publicly admitted its interest in the Brazilian player), it seems that Anzhi may be the only solution for the playmaker to get out of the Real Madrid. Meanwhile, Mourinho will continue playing without him.