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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Kaka could delay switch to America

Brazil boss Luiz Felipe Scolari asserts that his side must respect the threat the Chile possess or his side may crash out of the tournament early.

Brazil and AC Milan midfielder Kaka has said he would like to play in the MLS one day -- but isn't sure when that will be.

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Kaka, who missed out on a place in Luis Felipe Scolari's 23-man squad for the World Cup finals in Brazil, is set to move to Orlando City in January.

But in an interview with Yahoo!, he indicated that the move may not happen until later than that, saying: "I always said that one day I would like to play in the American league -- but I don't know if that will be now or in one year or two years... but one day.

"It [the MLS] is growing a lot -- there's a lot going on in the league. It's a good league, and it would be a nice place to play."

The 32-year-old also voiced his admiration for the Premier League, saying: "It is one of best championships in the world, and I love to watch the games there.

"There are a lot of big players and a lot of big teams, but I don't know if I'll get the opportunity to play in the Premier League."

Kaka recalled his experiences of winning the World Cup in 2002, and said there was no reason the current Brazil team could not emulate that achievement.

"I think Brazil are doing well, and I think they can get to the final and win this tournament," he said. "It's an amazing team, a great group, and I think Brazilian fans are happy with this team."

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