Sao Paulo vice-president says Kaka will leave Milan for MLS then come to Brazil on loan
Brazilian club Sao Paulo have claimed to the media that they have completed arrangements for former national captain Kaka to join them on loan from MLS franchise Orlando City in what appears to be a complex end to the transfer saga.
Kaka, 32, will sign for the MLS league and be picked by new franchise Orlando as one of their three desinated players; he will then be farmed out on loan until the end of the year to Sao Paulo, before returning to America.
Sao Paulo vice-president Ataide Gil Guerreiro told SporTV: "After 60 days of negotiations we have reached an agreement, but there isn't anything formal yet."
"These are steps to be taken but when it comes to values, there is an agreement between all parties involved- Milan, MLS, Orlando, Kaka and Sao Paulo."
"He will undergo a medical and join Orlando, then he will be loaned to Sao Paulo for six months until December 31."
"Not only is Kaka excited, but he is also physically peaking."
The former Real Madrid man started his career at Sao Paulo before joining AC Milan in 2003, helping them win the Champions League in 2007.