Brazilian midfielder eager to depart Spain, with the US his preferred destination.
Real Madrid and Brazil midfielder Kaka could knock-back the advances of a host of Premier League sides as he seeks to secure a move to the MLS.
The 2007 Ballon d’Or winner has seen his time at the Spanish Champions marred by injury and a lack of playing time since he made a massive £56m transfer from AC Milan in 2009.
Los Blancos have a host of world-class midfield talent at their disposal – Cristiano Ronaldo, Xabi Alonso, Mesut Ozil and Angel Di Maria to name but a few – and they strengthened their ranks further with the £33m acquisition of Luka Modric from Tottenham in the summer.
Kaka now sits way down in the pecking order in Jose Mourinho’s side and, at 30-years-of-age, it would seem that wherever he goes this will be his last big transfer.
A host of Premier League clubs have been linked with the player formerly regarded by many as the best in the world, with Manchester City having made a big bid for him previously and the newly-formed club partnership between Real Madrid and Tottenham suggesting the North London club another possible destination.
However, his brother Digao, who recently signed for New York Red Bulls, has suggested that Kaka is contemplating joining him in the Big Apple to team up with former Premier League stars Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill, reports talkSPORT.
Kaka has made 82 appearances for Brazil, scoring 27 goals.
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