Robbie Keane fuels Kaká to LA Galaxy speculation
LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane has fuelled speculation linking Kaká with a move to the MLS club as they search for a big name to replace the outgoing David Beckham.
The Brazilian playmaker has struggled to find consistent first-team action at Real Madrid under José Mourinho and has been heavily linked with LA Galaxy among others.
The MLS Cup finalists would offer a potential outlet should the Seleção star seek a transfer away from the Santiago Bernabéu.
Keane said: "If we want to, as a team and an organisation, to push on and be the best that we can, to attract players like Kaká would be brilliant.
"Someone like Kaká was only voted one of the best players in the world a few years ago.
"We welcome anyone with his stature and his ability to the Galaxy, but ultimately it's down to the boss."
The former Ballon d’Or winner has frequently talked of his admiration of the United States as his brother, Digao, plays for the New York Red Bulls, and the best man at his wedding, Marcelo Saragosa, is at DC United.