Kaka’s Mega Move To Real Madrid Was A Sign From God – Wife

The other half of the Brazilian superstar has given her thoughts on her husband’s switch to Spain.

Kaka’s move to Real Madrid from Milan was confirmed on June 8, 2009, in a deal that would see the Brazilian join the Spanish club for the next six seasons. The deal cost the 'Casa Blanca' a mammoth fee of over €65 million, which kicked off their spending spree this summer.

For the first time since the move was sealed, the wife of the player, Caroline Celico, had her say on the transfer, and more significantly the cost, something that she has declared is a sign from God.

“There are people out there who need our help,” Caroline stated in an interview, as reported by Corriere dello Sport.

“I made a covenant with the Lord, that I was convinced in spirit to marry a virgin. After falling in love with Kaka, I thought that I would fail in doing this; however I told him clearly that I wanted to remain a virgin until marriage.

“It was a signal that I had respected the Lord, and now there is a sign from God, through Real Madrid.

“How can someone, in this period of crisis, be worth so much money? It is because God has put this money into the hands of Real Madrid, in order to recruit Kaka.

“From here we can open a church in Madrid, as there are people who must hear our words.”

Kaka and his wife are both evangelical Christians, who are involved with an organisation that preaches the word of the Lord. There is a video currently on Youtube which outlines their objectives through this mission, which they will be hoping to pursue further in Spain.

Adrian Del Monte, Goal.com