MLS would-be side Orlando City, have stated that their intentions are to sign the "Brazilian Beckham" when they enter the American league.
MLSsoccer.com reports that City declared during local government presentations on Tuesday that they would look to bring a player who would cause a "Beckham effect" when they enter the MLS before 2020.
The MLS commissioner, Don Garber, has put plans in motion for a four-team expansion of the league in the near future, and Orlando City are amongst the sides being considered.
It is reported in some-circles that the mysterious samba maestro that City are hinting towards is in fact Real Madrid star Kaka.
The 31-year-old playmaker is close friends with Orlando City's billionaire owner, Flávio Augusto da Silva, and has been linked with a move to the MLS in previous transfer windows.
Also notable, is the fact that Kaka already owns a home in Florida, and so may not be so adverse to moving his family there.
Orlando City are currently in the process of securing government funding so that they can build a stadium dedicated to football in central Orlando.
The prospective stadium would boost there chances of being accepted into the league.
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