The Brazilian's advisor, Diogo Kotscho, said the current Real Madrid star would welcome a stint in Major League Soccer.
Diogo Kotscho, the Brazilian star's representative, told the New York Post that his client wants to play in America in the near future.
"We don’t speak about [negotiations] even if it is a rumor [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,” Kotscho told the newspaper.
After injury-plagued seasons and competition from other star signings have pushed the former AC Milan player to the bench at the Santiago Bernabeu, speculation has arisen about the player joining another club.
Kaka, 30, has only appeared in 65 league games for Real Madrid since joining the Blancos in 2009. While Kotscho said that the 2002 World Cup winner is considering a move to America, he also made it clear that nothing is imminent.
"If it isn’t now, in the future probably he will join MLS,” Kotscho stated to the newpaper.