Kaka relishing Steven Gerrard's MLS arrival

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Orlando City midfielder Kaka believes that Steven Gerrard will make a timely arrival in the MLS and further boost it’s up and coming reputation.

Big star

The Brazilian superstar currently plays in the MLS with newly formed Orlando City, and is, in many respects, the league’s biggest franchise player.

Kaka made the move to America after returning to AC Milan for a second spell with the club. He spent one final season in America before deciding to jet over to America to join newly formed Orlando City.

Since his arrival in the states, Kaka has scored three times in seven games, adoring himself to the league’s fans.

Gerrard fan

Kaka has admitted that he is a massive fan of the Anfield captain and believes Gerrard will make a massive impression on the league when he finally makes the move from Liverpool to LA Galaxy at the end of the season.

“I have good memories of Gerrard because he was one of the most players I used to watch (when I was younger),” Kaka told Sky Sports.

“It was because I like the way he plays and the way he moves on the field. I’m so happy he’s going to play here and help the league a lot.”

The former €65million man also revealed he is enjoying watching the Brazilian stars of the Premier League performing at such high levels this season.

“I like watching my national friends- I love to watch Willian, Oscar, Felipe Luis and Phillipe Coutinho.”

“We try to watch the big games here and I enjoy the Premier League games,” added Kaka.

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