São Paulo, Milan, Real Madrid & Orlando City - Here Is Kaká's Career in Shirts

Kaka played his last match for Major League Soccer side Orlando City this week. Luckily for al of us, the Brazilian footballer announced that he will not end his career already, however. We take a look at Kaka's career so far in shirts, inspired by Classic Football Shirts' tweet.

Kaká himself has been sponsored by Adidas during his whole career actually, even though he often laced up in blackout Mizuno Morelia boots in the past few years (he received special Adidas Ace 17.1 Pyro Strom boots for his last Orlando City match, somehow a clear sign that his Adidas deal is still valid).

2001-2003 | São Paulo

Kaká made his professional debut ageed 18 at São Paulo FC in 2001. He should play 59 matches and score 23 goals for his youth club wearing three different Sao Paulo home jerseys (two from Penalty, one from Topper).

2003-2009 | Milan

In 2003, he joined Italian club Milan for a fee of €8.5 million, after being named the best player in the 2002 Campeonato Brasileiro. His time at Milan was his most successful period of his career, leading Milan to win the 2006–07 UEFA Champions League, amongst many other titles. After the season, he won the FIFA World Player of the Year, the Ballon d'Or, the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year and the IFFHS World's Best Playmaker awards.

2009-2013 | Real Madrid

Kaká joined Real Madrid for a transfer fee of €67 million, the second highest-ever transfer fee at that time, only behind Zidane (However, in the same window Real Madrid broke the world record by signing Cristiano Ronaldo). He had not very successful years in Spain wearing four different Adidas Real Madrid home shirts.

2013-2017 | Milan, Sao Paulo & Orlando City

In 2013, he returned to Milan for a season. At the end of the 2013–14 season, he joined MLS expansion club Orlando City, but initially returned to his former Brazilian club São Paulo FC on loan wearing the club's Penalty 2013 kit. For Orlando City, he again wore Adidas kits as the German brand is the supplier of all MLS teams.

It is not known yet where the 35-years old footballer will play next, but rumors in Brazil also link a possible return of Kaká to Sao Paulo with a kit supplier change from São Paulo to Adidas / New Balance.

What's your favorite Kaká moment? Which home kit worn by the Brazilian midfielder do you like the most? Which kit fits Kaká the best? Let us know in the comments below.
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