Brazilian superstar Kaka has fuelled speculation about an upcoming move to the MLS by recently talking about his relationship with Orlando City owner, Flavio Augusto Da Silva.
The AC Milan midfielder said in an interview that he would like to play in America 'one day' but would not specify if that would be this season or sometime later in his career.
However, on his relationship with Da Silva, he said: “I have an excellent relationship with Flavio, we are good friends, but this is unknown. I want to take it one step at a time. There’s a lot to happen yet, and Galliani and I will decide what’s best for me and Milan.”
Milan, a usual powerhouse both in Italy and in Europe have struggled in recent years and currently sit in 11th place in Serie A. Kaka rejoined Milan, after a spell at Real Madrid, last summer but has so far been unable to turn their fortunes around. He has recorded nine goals and five assists in 30 appearances this season.
Orlando City currently play in the third tier of American soccer but have been announced as an expansion franchise for 2015. The team would dearly love to have a marquee european signing to improve the launch of that team in the top flight.