It seems the exodus of quality players out of MLS won't stop any time soon. Players like Robbie Keane, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard have already said they're leaving at the end of the season, but now Kaka has joined the list after he announced he'll leave the league next year.

The midfielder and skipper of Orlando City SC appeared in Desimpedidos, a comedy/soccer show in Brazil, and he confessed he'll leave Orlando City SC once his contract ends after the 2017 MLS season.

"I don't know what I'll do in the future, but I know that next year will be my last at Orlando", the playmaker said. "I do want to stay involved with soccer, that's what I want."

The former AC Milan star also said he'd play for São Paulo in case he returns to Brazil, and that he would've liked to play in the English Premier League at some point in his career. It seems that ship has sailed, though.

Kaká has been Orlando City's biggest star since the franchise began their MLS history in 2015. The former Ballon D'Or winner has registered 18 goals and 17 assists in 52 appearances in MLS.

We'll see what the future holds for one of the best players in the past 25 years, but there's no doubt Kaká will live on as one of the greatest players to ever step foot on an MLS field.