Kaka: Orlando's newest attraction

Published 1056 GMT (1856 HKT) March 5, 2015
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Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, more commonly known as Kaka, appears for Sao Paulo in 2014. Alexandre Schneider/Getty Images
The 89-times capped player returned to his native Brazil for a brief loan spell before gearing up for the 2015 MLS season with Orlando City. Friedemann Vogel/AFP/Getty Images
After more than a decade in Europe, Kaka has moved to the U.S. and Major League Soccer where he is one of Orlando City's designated signings. ALBERTO PIZZOL/AFP/Getty Images
Kaka wears an "I belong to Jesus" T-shirt after winning the Champions League with AC Milan in 2007. MUSTAFA OZER/AFP/Getty Images
Faith has always been a large part of Kaka's character and outlook. He tells CNN that he still regularly prays, reads the bible and thinks of God in moments of quiet reflection. OLIVIER MORIN/AFP/Getty Images
Whilst at AC Milan, Kaka won the Serie A title, the Champions League and the World Club Cup. GIUSEPPE CACACE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
A $100 million move to Real Madrid in 2009 saw Kaka add La Liga and Copa Del Rey medals to his collection. JAVIER SORIANO/AFP/Getty Images
As part of Real chairman Florentino Perez's Galacticos project, Kaka appeared alongside other global soccer superstars like Cristiano Ronaldo in Madrid. Denis Doyle/AFP/Getty Images
Perhaps his greatest achievement came in 2002 when he was part of Brazil's World Cup-winning squad in Japan and South Korea. PEDRO UGARTE/AFP/Getty Images.
Although now 32-years-old, Kaka still harbors ambitions of extending his international career and even appearing at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. In this picture, he takes on Argentina's Pablo Zabaleta in an international friendly match in October 2014. feng li/AFP/Getty Images