Orlando City’s Ricardo Kaká Not Returning To Club Next Season, Plays Final Home Game Sunday

By  //  October 11, 2017

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ABOVE VIDEO: Highlights from Kaká’s career at Orlando City.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Orlando City’s team captain Ricardo Kaká has announced he will not be returning to Orlando City after the season.

The attacking midfielder’s three-year-contract is set to expire after this season.

Kaká, 35, joined Orlando City in 2015 as their first designated player and became the highest paid MLS player in history at $6.6 million a year with $7.2 million in guaranteed money.

Orlando City is set to take on Columbus Crew Soccer Club on Sunday for the final home-game in the 2017 season

Orlando City owner Flavio Augusto da Silva thanked Kaká Wednesday at a press conference for his time and commitment.

“I would like to thank you Kaka for your choice 3 yrs ago,” said Flavio Augusto da Silva.

“We had 3 amazing years.”

The Brazilian native has played with perennial football teams such as Real Madrid, AC Milan and the Brazilian National Team.