Brazil international Kaka, who struggles to get in Jose Mourinho’s first team, scored the goal of the game as Real thrashed the Dutch side.
He has been long linked with a return to Milan or a move to the Premier League, but since David Beckham’s decision to quit MLS he has emerged as a surprise target for the Galaxy.
But he gave up little when asked if a move to America was on the cards.
"I am playing a little less this season, but I do what I have to do and await my opportunities. I always respect the coach's decisions," Kaka, who was captain for the game, told reporters afterwards.
"I have always said I am delighted to stay on here. I'm fine and I have a contract until 2015. I will wait and see what the club decide and what their position is. In the summer we found a solution, and I keep training and doing my part."
Kaka joined Real from Milan for 65 million euros in 2009. His impact was initially restricted by injuries but recent times have seen coach Mourinho favour younger players such as Mesut Ozil and Angel Di Maria.
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