Sao Paulo - Brazil have called on Kaka as a late addition for next month`s Centenary Copa America in the United States, the Brazilian Football Confederation said on Thursday.
The Orlando City midfielder will replace Bayern Munich`s Douglas Costa, who was cut from the squad because of an injury to his left thigh.
Former AC Milan and Real Madrid player Kaka has been a regular in coach Dunga`s squads without getting much game time.
The 34-year old has not played a full match for the national side since 2012.
He is the second player to be added to the squad because of injury, with Benfica`s Jonas replacing striker Ricardo Oliveira, who also dropped out.
Brazil are in the Copa Group B with Ecuador, Haiti and Peru. They will face Panama in a warm up friendly on Sunday in Denver.