Kaka thrilled to be back at Sao Paulo
Former Brazil midfielder Kaka has made an emotional return to first club Sao Paulo, where he will be on loan from new employers Orlando City until the turn of the year.
The ex-Selecao playmaker, 32, left AC Milan at the end of the past season by mutual consent and signed for the MLS side with the option of returning home for six months.
At his unveiling, which was attended by a staggering 20,000 fans, Kaka said: "It's an emotional moment, 11 years later, to be back at the club where I've grown up, where I started football, to see all the supporters here, my friends and family."
"It's a very special day for me. Sao Paulo rocketed me into world football and to be back is memorable. I'm very happy, as my family and children are here too. I can't wait to play alongside these two idols here (Rogerio Ceni and Luis Fabiano)."
Kaka's arrival completes an attacking roll call that oozes talent, with Tricolor already boasting the likes of Paulo Henrique Ganso, Alan Kardec and Alexandre Pato in their ranks.