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There has been a lot of speculation around the Spanish capital that Brazilian midfielder Kaka could finally leave Real Madrid. The Brazilian midfielder arrived at the club for £ 62 million a few seasons ago, but his spell at the Spanish club has been extremely disappointing due to the fact that he has never been able to recover from the knee troubles that have surfaced in recent times. Kaka has been a player who has been extremely reliant on the pace in order to get away from the defenders. Due to the recent injuries, the pace has now gone away from the Brazilian midfielder.

Without the lack of acceleration, the 29-year-old has been distinctly average in the last few seasons with Real Madrid. As a result, they are looking to cut their losses by selling the 29-year-old, with a number of clubs showing interest. AC Milan have also registered an interest in the player, while the French club PSG are reportedly leading the race to sign him. Now, the agent of the Brazilian midfielder has thrown an interesting situation by admitting that his client would love the prospect of playing in the MLS, which has become the home to players like David Beckham and Thierry Henry.

"We don’t speak about [negotiations] even if it is a rumour [or not]. What I can say to you right now is that Kaka has a dream to live in the US and play in MLS. If it isn’t now, in the future probably he will join MLS," said his agent in response to the future of his client.

In his three years at Real Madrid, Kaka has been able to make only 63 league appearances, which speaks a lot about the extent of the injury problems he has suffered during this spell, though Cristiano Ronaldo has also been the preferred option up-front instead of him.