Brazilian legend Kaka set to leave MLS and Orlando City at season's end
The Brazilian has been one of MLS' best since arriving
Brazilian legend Kaka's time at Orlando City SC is nearing its end. On Wednesday, Kaka announced that he won't return to the team at season's end but did not announce his retirement.
The 35-year-old former Real Madrid and AC Milan star joined MLS in 2014 and has scored 23 goals in 69 matches for the club
It remains to be seen where he'll go next, possibly back to Brazil. But he is the highest paid player in MLS and that means Orlando should have some cash to splash on a new designated player to replace him.
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