By Mike Gramajo
It finally looks like Orlando City SC and Ricardo Kaka have finally reached a deal.
According to a report from the Orlando Sentinel, Kaka will arrive to Orlando on Monday afternoon, and will be presented as the club’s first designated player on Tuesday in front of fans in downtown Orlando during their World Cup watch party.
The former AC Milan midfielder will, however, will be officially introduced as a Lion on Tuesday during a press conference. And despite Orlando City not seeing MLS action until 2015, Kaka will spend six month at Brazilian club Sao Paulo FC on-loan before reporting to Orlando for MLS preseason in January.
Kaka is heralded with having a successful career, which includes a World Cup title in 2002, UEFA Champions League trophy in 2007 with Milan and lastly a Spanish League title with Real Madrid in 2012.