Brazil international Kaka could spurn mooted interest from a host of Premier League clubs in favour of a switch to the MLS, according to his brother Digão.
Kaka, who joined Real Madrid in a whopping £56m deal, has seen his time at the Bernabeu ravaged by a string of injuries, and the recent arrival of Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric has pushed him further down manager Jose Mourinho's midfield pecking order.
The 2007 Ballon d'Or winner has long since attracted Premier League interest since his days at Milan - he famously rejected a lucrative switch to Manchester City in 2009, while Manchester United were thought to have considered him as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
But his brother Digão, who recently completed a move to New York Red Bulls, believes the 30-year-old could line up alongside former Premier League stars Tim Cahill and Thierry Henry in the Big Apple.
Speaking to Italian news site Tuttomercatoweb, Digão said: "The New York Red Bulls is a possibility to contemplate".
"Now it is not possible under the contract that binds him to Real Madrid. He has three years left on his contract and it is complicated for him to leave. However, in the future he would like to live in New York for a while."