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He costs more, but you make more money from signing him. Kaka did end up signing up for Madrid for €65m (£56m) in 2009. And he did draw a crowd of around 50,000 to the Bernabeu just to see him sign and the sponsors did salivate. But he flopped on the ...

Kaka rescinds Milan contract, opens door to Orlando City move
AC Milan midfielder Kaka has rescinded his contract with the Serie A club, leaving the former Brazil international free to sign for Orlando City Soccer Club.

Transfer news: Orlando City looks to add AC Milan's Robinho
Robinho would be a great addition to Orlando City alongside Kaka, according to the club's owner, should the MLS expansion side agree to a deal with AC Milan. The 30-year-old has never truly impressed at San Siro since his move to Italy from Manchester City ...

Kaka signs with Orlando City, gets mobbed at airport
Fans of MLS expansion side Orlando City greeted Brazilian legend Kaka in full force.

Orlando unveil Brazilian ace Kaka
Brazilian star Kaka was officially unveiled Tuesday as the marquee signing of Major League Soccer expansion team Orlando City SC, which will debut in 2015. The 32-year-old Kaka, who was left out of the Brazil squad for the ongoing World Cup in his home country, was long expected to join the MLS. Club president Phil Rawlins made no attempt to hide his glee at snapping up the former Real Madrid ...

Foreign players attracted to MLS, says Brazilian Kaka
By Barbara Liston ORLANDO Fla. (Reuters) - A day after signing for the new Orlando Major League Soccer franchise, former Brazil playmaker Kaka said his belief in the future of the American league clinched a difficult 11th-hour decision to make the move. “My expectation is that soccer is going to be the first sport in America,” Kaka said on Wednesday, adding that he wanted to help MLS become one ...

Kaka to join Orlando via Sao Paulo
Brazilian playmaker Kaka will join former side Sao Paulo on loan before signing for new Major League Soccer club Orlando City in January 2015.

Kaka leaves AC Milan to sign with Orlando in MLS
Kaka ended his contract with AC Milan, leaving the star midfielder free to sign with Orlando City Soccer Club, an MLS expansion team. The Italian club said on its Milan website that it had come to a ''mutual agreement'' with Kaka, but ''there is no doubt that the mutual feeling of love and respect will always be there.'' Kaka flew to the United States on Monday night to sign with his new club ...

MLS-bound Kaka arrives in Orlando
Brazilian forward Kaka arrived in Orlando to a rapturous airport reception from fans of expansion Major League Soccer club Orlando City. The club, which confirmed earlier this month they were in "advanced discussions" to sign the 32-year-old star, had teased fans with "KomingSoon" Twitter postings Monday in advance of his arrival in the central Florida city. Photos posted on the club's Twitter ...

Kaka rescinds contract with AC Milan
MILAN (AP) — AC Milan midfielder Kaka officially left the Serie A club on Monday to join Orlando City Soccer Club.

Thousands welcome Kaka as he returns to Sao Paulo
SAO PAULO (AP) -- Several thousand fans have welcomed Kaka on his return to Brazilian club Sao Paulo, where he'll play on loan until the start of next year's Major League Soccer season.

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