Tottenham chairman Levy aims to trump Arsenal for Real Madrid ace Kaka
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is planning a sensational move for Real Madrid star Kaka. The Daily Star Sunday says Spurs boss Harry Redknapp is set to hijack Arsene Wenger's bid to snare Kaka on a loan deal from Real Madrid.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is confident he can convince the Brazil star to come to White Hart Lane to reignite his career - and he has the Bernabeu giants' backing for his bid.
Madrid snubbed Wenger's approach to take Kaka to The Emirates because they are not keen on loaning him to a side challenging in the Champions League.
With Tottenham in the Europa League and Levy enjoying a good relationship with the Madrid board, Spurs could just get their man.
An N17 source said: "Daniel enjoys the respect of the powerbrokers at Madrid and it would be a boost if he can persuade them to allow Kaka to join."