Orlando City midfielder Kaka has warned players coming from Europe to play in Major League Soccer should be ready to give 100 percent or suffer in America's top flight.
Kaka, 34, is entering the third and final year of his initial contract with the team and says he wants to stay in Orlando in future seasons if a new deal can be reached.
The Brazilian World Cup winner in 2002, who has also played with Real Madrid and won the Champions League with AC Milan , wants imports to MLS to know it's not going...
MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. -- Brazilian star Kaka wants to stay in MLS beyond the 2017 season.
The Orlando City headliner is entering the final season of the three-year deal he inked with the Lions ahead of the 2015 season, Orlando's first in the league.
In October, Kaka said that he was open to extending his contract. Now, he says that's his goal.
"I haven't spoken to the club yet but this is my plan," Kaka told ESPN FC in an interview. "My plan is to stay here, stay in America and play for Orlando....