Kaka Could Leave Real Madrid for Galatasary in January, Major League Soccer Also Interested in Signing BrazilianKaka could be moving to Turkey in January, as Galatasaray president Unal Aysal said his club will make a move on the Real Madrid midfielder if it advances in Europe this season.

"If we advance to the round of 16 of the [UEFA] Champions League we will try to put the icing on the cake," Aysal said on Turkish TV station NTV. "Kaka could join us, although I cannot guarantee it. He would fit in well with the team. I would like to see him in a Galatasaray jersey," added the club president.

The 30-year-old Kaka has not played a single minute in any competitive match this season. It was rumored at the beginning of the season that Jose Mourinho advised him to find another club. The Brazilian international's former club, AC Milan, was in talks with Real Madrid about Kaka's possible move back to Italy, but an agreement couldn't be reached.

MLS continues to be a possible destination for Kaka, as it is reported that New York Red Bulls and LA Galaxy have shown an interest in bringing him to the United States.

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