Speculation that the Brazilian could return to his homeland or make a move to MLS will be fuelled by his departure from the Rossoneri.
AC Milan have announced that Kaka will leave the club after agreeing to a mutual termination of his contract.
The Brazilian returned to San Siro last summer after a disappointing spell at Real Madrid, but was unable to prevent the Rossoneri’s decline as they missed out on qualifying for European football.
He has been strongly linked with a move to his homeland or to Major League Soccer and Milan have now confirmed that they will go their separate ways this summer.
“AC Milan announce that they have today terminated the contract of Kaka by mutual agreement,” a club statement read.
Sao Paulo vice-president Ataide Gil Guerreiro claimed on Monday that the 32-year-old would return to his first club before making a move to MLS outfit Orlando City.
Kaka scored nine goals and set up eight others during his solitary season back at Milan, with whom he had previously won the Champions League.