I won't follow Ronaldo and Kaka to Madrid, says Clichy

<div>ARSENAL defender Gael Clichy insists he has no desire to leave the silverware-starved Gunners and join Real Madrid&rsquo;s new legion of superstars.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Extravagant Real shelled out &pound;140m on AC Milan playmaker Kaka and Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo last week, and are said to want Clichy next.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>But the French full-back says he is committed to the club that signed him from AS Cannes as a teenager, despite being flattered by the link to the Spanish giants.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>&ldquo;I heard there is an interest from Real Madrid,&rdquo; said the 23-year-old. &ldquo;But I have a contract with Arsenal, which I intend to respect unless the club say otherwise. It is great to be linked with Real, but I want to win things with Arsenal.&rdquo;<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Clichy has established himself as Arsenal&rsquo;s first-choice left-back since Ashley Cole moved to Chelsea in August 2006. His form has earned him two caps for France and a new long-term contract at the Emirates Stadium, which he signed last year.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Real president Florentino Perez has embarked on a policy of lavish spending on the world&rsquo;s finest talent since being re-elected earlier this month.&nbsp;<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Kaka was the first to arrive for &pound;56m last Monday, with an &pound;80m deal for Ronaldo announced on Thursday. Further deals for Valencia striker David Villa and Liverpool pair Xabi Alonso and Alvaro Arbeloa are also said to be in the pipeline.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Real defender Christoph Metzelder, meanwhile, has criticised their big-spending policy. He said: &ldquo;Spending &pound;80m on someone who can get injured or be in a bad form isn&rsquo;t correct to me, especially during this period.&rdquo;</div>