Could Ronaldinho Return to PSG?
After displaying his quality in Barcelona and Milan as well as in several teams of his native Brazil, Ronaldinho has stated he would like to return to Europe — specifically to French side Paris Saint-Germain where he already played between 2001 and 2003.
Nobody can deny the quality of the Brazilian, who’s currently one of the best players in the world even when he’s not playing in one of the top leagues. He chose to return to Brazil after a less-than-successful stint at AC Milan to re-discover his magic touch, and his tenures at Flamengo and now at Atletico Mineiro reestablished himself as one of the better attacking midfielders in the world.
After leading Mineiro to a Copa Libertadores victory earlier this year, however, he has also recovered the hunger to win more silverware and has reportedly admitted that he would like to return to France to join PSG, where he would like to make one last run at another Champions League crown.
‘Dinho’ also revealed that his intentions are to play the World Cup in his native country to win more titles and, who knows, maybe finishing his career with the Parc des Princes outfit.
“Any player would be thrilled to finish his career at such an illustrious team, but I can’t confirm anything as I’m not thinking about the future. I’m just living my career on a daily basis and I’m not willing to say anything as I still have a contract with Atletico”, Ronaldinho told Canal Football Club.
We shall see how this one plays out, but one thing is certain: if the Brazilian arrives to PSG, then they would need to be considered as European contenders once again. An offensive group led by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani and Ronaldinho would transform a good side into a world-class squad once again.
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