Thursday, 12 October 2017

Kaka Says He Won't Renew His Deal At Orlando City In 2018

Brazil legend Kaka announced he will be leaving Orlando City at the end of the 2017 MLS season, but didn't indicate whether he would retire or try and find a new club.
The midfielder's contract with the MLS side is coming to an end, and earlier this week he revealed that it's getting harder and harder for him to keep up with professional football.
"As you all know, my contract with Orlando City ends this year. My final decision is not to renew," the 35-year-old Kaka said.
"I don’t find enjoyment playing football anymore, I feel pain after every match," he said.

"My body feels it and at the age of 35 it’s hard to recuperate.
 "Of course, one of my dreams was to make the playoffs and maybe win the [MLS] Cup, but there is no disappointment with that. We can't control results. But everything I could do as a professional, being here and fighting for this club, I think I did."

He will leave Orlando City at the end of the 2017 MLS season, but didn't reveal any other plans.

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