Brazil's Kaka waves as he arrives for a training session ahead of a friendly match against Argentina at the Bird's Nest National Stadiumin Beijing, China, Friday, Oct. 10, 2014. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
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Former Brazilian World Cup champion Kaka announced his retirement as a player Sunday, suggesting that a management career at his old club AC Milan could be on the cards.It was while at Milan that Kaka picked up the Ballon d'Or, awarded annually to the world's best player. He was the last player other than Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi to receive the prize.He also helped the Italian side to a Serie A title in 2003-04 and propelled Milan to the 2007 Champions League title, scoring a competition-best 10 goals as the club were crowned kings of Europe for the seventh time.Kaka had played with Orlando City since the team's first MLS season in 2015 and scored the team's first ever goal.
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