Apr 3, 2015; Orlando, FL, USA; Orlando City SC midfielder Kaka (10) pushes the ball up the field in the second half against D.C. United at Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium. D.C. United defeated Orlando City SC 1-0. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports
Kevin Molino playing at one of the biggest clubs in the world in Serie A? Kaka thinks it’s possible.
In a recent interview with gianlucadimarizo.com about his days in Italy, the Orlando City superstar, Kaka, was asked if he would recommend anyone to AC Milan as a possible transfer down the road.
His response: “Kevin Molino. He comes from Trinidad. He must grow and learn, but he could do well.”
Kaka has been nothing but impressed with Molino since he’s gotten here in Orlando. On the team’s final media day before the season, he said that Molino was the most impressive player on the team. For Kaka to come out and say that Molino is good enough to compete with the Best of the Best at AC Milan is something special.
Molino has yet to find the back of the net through four MLS games after lighting up the scoresheets for the Lions in USL. He’s come close a couple of times, but is still searching for that first goal.
Could a couple of big seasons in MLS make an overseas move possible? I wouldn’t rule it out.
In the interview, Kaka was also asked about his career with the Brazilian national team and whether or not his days playing for his country are over.
“At the end of 2014 I made two appearances in friendlies with Argentina and Japan. Then in the two subsequent issues not called me.” Kaka said. “[Carlos] Dunga knows me, knows what I can give. And I do not think that the fact of being in the MLS can block my way. I’m waiting for it. If I do well here and play with continuity, I know I have the opportunity. ”