Ronaldinho may return to football

Ronaldinho: Keen to help

Ronaldinho: Keen to play again

Ronaldinho is on the market and is willing to join a club that can offer him Copa Libertadores football with a Uruguayan side Nacional an option.

This was revealed by his agent and brother Roberto de Assis. Ronaldinho is the Barcelona and Brazil football legend who has achieved cult status as one of the best footballers ever to exist. He is also credited with introducing Lionel Messi to the world.

At 36 years of age, Ronaldinho is one of the most highly revered players in the world, but have been without a club for nearly 18 months since leaving Fluminense in September 2015. However, the ex-Brazil international star is aiming for a comeback this year with a move to South America.

After making just seven appearances in the past since leaving his club, the former Ballon d’Or winner showed his mettle recently by playing in various charity matches all over the world. But while he hasn’t officially announced his retirement, no one really expected the star to join another club.

The former Ballon d’Or winner recently showed his mettle by taking part in various charity matches all around the around the world. And while he has never officially retired and seeing him back in action will indeed by thrilling, no one actually expected him to join a club.

Rumours abound linking him with a move to Brazilian side Chaperones, although nothing has been finalised. That is because, according to Jose Luis Rodriguez, president of Uruguayan side Club Nacional de Football, the player is in talks to join them.

He says: “We are trying, even though it’s difficult. We have been in talks for the past 20 days. We are trying to attract sponsors to make it feasible.”

Ronaldinho has played for Brazil, Spain, Italy, France, and Mexico, and a move to Uruguay would represent the player’s sixth different country and his ninth club.

During his career in Europe, Ronaldinho won two La Ligas and a Champions League while playing for Barcelona, and a Serie A trophy for Milan. While playing for Brazil, Ronaldinho won the Copa America, the World Cup and the Confederations Cup.

It would be great to see Ronaldinho back in the game regardless of what team he is playing for, but English fans would just love to see him join the Premier League.