Reports in Spain this evening are once again linking Kaka with a move to MLS outfit Orlando City.
The Milan playmaker has been heavily linked with a switch to the United States for months now, with the American club’s owner admitting that he would be interested in signing the Brazilian.
And Madrid-based paper AS claim that a clause in Kaka’s contract states that he can leave one year earlier than intended, with the Rossoneri not playing in the Champions League.
The paper writes that the trequartista can depart for the MLS if the club fail to qualify for Europe – something they have done this season.
As such, the former Real Madrid man could be tempted to the Florida team over the summer.
The sports daily does concede however, that Kaka is ’99 per cent likely’ to honour his Milan contract, and only leave in the summer of 2015.