Kaká's brother Digão reveals the Real Madrid star would love to play in New York
Real Madrid star Kaká has not enjoyed the greatest time since joining the Spanish giants, and sports newspaper AS are reporting that he is seriously considering a move to the MLS.
Kaká, 30, who scored in Madrid's 4-1 Champions League victory over Ajax on Tuesday, is not a guaranteed starter at the Bernabeu and it is rumoured the club would like to move the player on in January, so to free up cash to give Cristiano Ronaldo a new contract.
The paper spoke to the Brazil internationals brother Digão, who plays in the MLS with New York Red Bulls, about the stars future.
He said: "He cherishes the opportunity to come play here. In the future he wants to live in New York."
One issue that may prevent the former AC Milan player from joining the New York club is that Thierry Henry is currently the highest paid player at the club, meaning Kaká would have to take a wage cut to link up with his brother.
However, LA Galaxy have also expressed an interest in the player and, given that David Beckham has just left the MLS champions, this may be a more plausible option.