RONALDINHO is officially an ex-Milan player as he has joined Flamengo on Tuesday.
After long days of negotiations, an agreement has been reached and Ronaldinho has left Milan to join Flamengo and with it, end his European career.
He joined Paris Saint-Germain from Gremio in 2001. After two seasons, he moved to Spanish giants FC Barcelona, where he had become one of the most known players in the world.
After winning almost everything with Barcelona and Brazil, Dinho arrived in Milan. His first year was frustrating for him, but he shined under Leonardo. After a half of the current season R80 decided to go home following the departure of Leonardo.
Ronaldinho is clearly one of the best players of the last decade, maybe even the best. He has won plenty of titles including FIFA Player of the Year twice and the Ballon d’Or in 2005. He won the Golden Foot Award for his career achievements in 2009.
Flamengo President Patricia Amorim announced on his arrival: “We have the pleasure of announcing the presence of Ronaldinho for the next four years.”
Milan will get 3 million for the player, who will earn €130,000-a-week wage.
We wish Ronaldinho all the best and good luck in the future!
By Meytar Zeevi, Rossoneri Blog