The Brazilian's representative has ruled out a switch to Brazil or MLS, but has revealed there is interest from England and Serie A.
The Real Madrid midfielder revealed his desire to quit the Santiago Bernabeu on Thursday, after a disappointing four years in the Spanish capital.
The Brazilian was a bit part player under Manuel Pellegrini and Jose Mourinho, but had hoped to kick-start his career in Madrid under the man who transformed him into one of the best players in the world at AC Milan, Carlo Ancelotti. However, Kaka is yet to make a first team appearance under the Italian this season, and agent Diogo Kotscho believes a return to Italy or a Premier League switch is a very realistic possibility.
He said to Radio ESPN: "It's hard to talk about a possible destiny now, but there are interests, inclusive from Italy and England teams. It's hard to say where he is going now. It's not a secret that Kaka wants to go back to Italy, but that depends on a lot of things."
The "Brazilian football (transfer window) is closed. So is MLS. He wants to live in the United States in the latest years of his career and saw some possibilities, but not in this moment."
The 31-year-old scored twice Thursday as Madrid beat Deportivo La Coruna 4-0 in a friendly to lift the Teresa Herrera trophy. Kaka's current deal expires in June 2015.