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The Cardiff-born Wales international moved to the Spanish capital earlier this year after his sale to the Spanish club for a world-record fee

Kaka has never replicated the form that he showed at AC Milan

Kaka denies reaching agreement with PSG

Kaka has denied reports he has agreed a move to Paris St Germain and insisted he is committed to Real Madrid.

Cesc Fabregas (left) celebrates with teammate Lionel Messi

Fabregas lifts Barca to top as Ronaldo fails to shine

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Wolves striker Steven Fletcher celebrates scoring the winner which spoilt Martin O’Neill’s day

Wolves give O'Neill a taste of the task ahead

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Luiz's Christian faith behind Chelsea's hands-on attitude

It might have been dismissed as "touching Fernando Torres for luck", but the ritual David Luiz performed before Chelsea's 5-0 Champions League win over Genk – in which Torres scored twice – is rooted more in the Brazilian international's faith than in some pre-match superstition.

Manchester City chief Garry Cook in cancer email storm

Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook is at the centre of more unwanted controversy after an e-mail, appearing to be sent by him, went to Nedum Onuoha's cancer-stricken mum by mistake.

Robin Scott Elliot: White's window on Sky transfer day showed all but told less

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Ronaldo, Kaka and the April Fool that has (almost) come to pass

When The Independent exclusively revealed that the Portuguese government was preparing to sell Cristiano Ronaldo to the highest bidder to solve its sovereign debt crisis the story could only have been published on one day – 1 April.

Porto issue warning to Chelsea over manager Andre Villas-Boas

Porto have signalled their intention to keep Andre Villas-Boas out of the clutches of Chelsea and the other giants of European football by declaring they want him to stay "for many years".

Scotland eye upset against Brazil

Charlie Adam has urged Scotland to do themselves justice when they come face to face with Brazil this weekend.

Keep your cool, Dalglish tells Carroll as Liverpool fight to stay in Europe

Manager wants £35m striker to focus on overturning 1-0 first-leg deficit rather than seeking revenge for elbow from Braga defender

Kenny Dalglish expects Uefa action over Andy Carroll attack

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is surprised that UEFA have not taken retrospective action against Braga defender Kaka for his elbow on Andy Carroll last week.

Barcelona star Eric Abidal to undergo surgery on tumour

Eric Abidal's peers have rallied round in support the Barcelona defender after the club revealed he will undergo surgery on a liver tumour on Friday.

Chelsea in for Kaka with Drogba offered as bait

Abramovich's summer spending spree set to involve Hamsik, Cahill and £20m Rodwell

Real star Kaka omitted from Brazil squad for France friendly

Real Madrid playmaker Kaka has not been included in Mano Menezes' 23-man Brazil squad ahead of next month's friendly international against France.

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