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Ricardo Kaka is grateful for everything that has happened in his career

Ricardo Kaka is one of the more well renowned stars in the world of football and one of the reasons of this was due to the fact that he lifted the Ballon d’Or as the Brazilian player was considered to be the best performer in the world back in 2007.

The Brazilian footballer even received more votes than Lionel Messi and C.Ronaldo as he secured the prestigious individual award a few years ago and it probably was the peak of his career.

The highest point in the career of Kaka was back when he performed with the Italian outfit Ac.Milan and it was with them when he managed to become the best player in the world, he is now performing with the MLS side Orlando City SC and even though Kaka is far from being the same player that he used to be some time ago, the Brazilian attacker has stated that he is achieving his dream and that he is happy about absolutely everything that has happened to him.

“It was amazing that I am part of the history of football. I think of my career and where I am now, I am extremely happy. I have no regrets, because who I am today is because of the career I had and the choices I made.’’
‘’Professionally, my biggest achievement is everything that I won, from the World Cup to the Ballond’or. Individual award means that I won with my team.

With Milan, we won the Champions League, Super Cup and Club World Cup in 2007 and I was one of the protagonists of these achievements. So I have to thank my teammates for those awards,” Orlando City’s Ricardo Kaka said as he talked about and gave thanks to everything in his playing career.

Kaka is a regular starter for the MLS club Orlando City and he has recently talked about the possibility of having ZlatanIbrahimovic join the American League, the Brazilian attacker is hoping to see Ibrahimovic join himin Orlando City. Ibrahimovic’s contract with PSG has recently reached it’s end and now rumors are spreading as to what club he will join and Kaka would like to see him joining the MLS.