The lead guitarist of Manchester rock band Oasis has launched a stunning attack on the Arsenal manager, and has given his backing to the Kaka transfer...
Noel Gallagher, the lead guitarist of English rock band Oasis, has added his two-pence to the Kaka transfer saga.
Kaka's father and agent, Bosco Leite, is currently engrossed in talks with Manchester City director general Garry Cooke over a world record £108m move to Eastlands.
“Looks like the Sheiks are starting to put their money where their mouths are," Gallagher wrote on his personal blog.
"It looks like Robinho was just the start. Huge amounts of money are being talked about. Obscene, some have said."
Gallagher has attacked Manchester United and Arsenal managers, Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger, due to the opposition to the transfer. His attack on Wenger is certain to cause a huge stir.
“Ferguson's face was a picture in his press conference yesterday though. That in itself was worth £100m. He looked shell-shocked,” Gallagher continued.
“Bring it on, I say. F**k morals. F**k Arsene Wenger and his socialist football nonsense.
“F**k all that bollocks about the club losing its identity. What identity?? The fact that we've been skint for 30 years?”
Gallagher's group Oasis are famous for a string of worldwide hits, including Wonderwall, All Around The World, and Champagne Supernova.
Gallagher is close friends with Juventus forward Alessandro Del Piero.