June 9, 2009
Posted: 1457 GMT

Filed under: I-Desk Poll

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shina   June 9th, 2009 5:19 pm ET

No doubt , kaka is a great footballer but the fees are over priced, how much does he eventually pocketed ? it seems club are more interested in the huge revenue generated from such signing rather result on the pitch.
from lagos,nigeria

Simi Olay   June 9th, 2009 8:10 pm ET

The price for this guy is absolutely ridiculous! Certainly, on the pitch, he is an absolute sensation and there is nobody that plays like him cause he's just so unique but placing such a high and outrageous price tag on one player is preposterous.
But anyways, best of luck to him and real madrid for next season, hope he gives a performance worth 92 million.

From Birmingham, England (Nigerian)

emmanuel Umoru   June 9th, 2009 8:13 pm ET

i just saw it on the cnn idesk that kaka was bought by real madrid for 92 million dollars. thats too much coupled with the fact that real madrids basic need on the pitch now is not a midfielder. one will begin to doubt if real is really interested in making kaka an integral part of the squad, or just 'parading stars' or even 'making profits' from the transfer.
from festac town, Lagos, Nigeria

Md. Aseer Jubair Khan Majlish.   June 10th, 2009 3:41 am ET

I think he worth it. Because Kaka is a wonderful player. He is a asset for Brazilian football and of course for world football.

Frances Howard   June 22nd, 2009 1:06 pm ET

It is absolutely crazy that these footballers in the centre of discussion here, whose job is only kicking balls from one end to another should be paid such big amount of money whilst many people out there are struggle with their economics especially now with the financial crisis.

You have people like teachers who are the backbones of society in terms of moulding the academics of movers and shakers of tomorrow, but they are paid peanuts, and teachers by confirmation are important people in our society.

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