Kaka and Ballamy Move to Man City

Ricardo KakaWest Ham United have accepted a bid of about £14m from Manchester City for their Wales international striker Craig Bellamy who is believed to be travelling to Eastlands for a medical. The former Liverpool and Newcastle forward has been given permission to speak to the City manager, Mark Hughes, after the club's bid was accepted. A matching offer from Tottenham had been rejected.

Bellamy, 29, asked for a transfer to Spurs on Friday but West Ham were unwilling to sell to local rivals and have been angered about the publicity that preceded Tottenham's formal approach.

Bellamy was left out of the West Ham squad that defeated Fulham yesterday when, Gianfranco Zola said, the player was "not in the right frame of mind" to play.

On the other hand Kaka will also be joining Manchester City soon. With Manchester City making the record transfer bid for Brazilian Midfielder which is £108 million, AC milan gave him chance to open talks with Manchester CIty over the possible move. Milan will be using £40m of the £108m they expect to receive from City for Kaka to sign Arsenal pair Emmanuel Adebayor and Gael Clichy.

Zinedine Zidane's £46 million move from Juventus to Real Madrid in 2001 is the current world record for a transfer. But with this move this will become the biggest transfer of all times in terms of money.