Brazilian midfielder Ronaldinho announced the latest move of his career on his Twitter account, as he revealed that he will be headed to Brazilian club Fluminense.
— Ronaldinho Gaúcho (@10Ronaldinho) July 11, 2015
The club also confirmed the addition of Ronaldinho on their own account.
The 35-year-old will be leaving Mexican club Queretaro after one season.
Ronaldinho scored five goals in 18 appearances for Queretaro in the 2014-15 season.
He was reportedly close to signing with Rio de Janeiro club Vasco da Gama before the deal fell through, according to ESPN FC.
Ronaldinho is not the player he used to be, as he scored a whopping 41 goals in the 2000 season back in his days with Gremio.
Fluminense will greatly benefit from the addition of the Brazilian international though, as he will provide leadership and experience.
However, he may have to deal with angry Flamenco players and fans as he previously spent two seasons with Fluminense’s rivals.
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