Friday, July 16, 2010

Ronaldinho to LA Galaxy or Flamengo?

Two-time FIFA World Player of the Year, Ronaldinho, has now been heavily linked with a move to MLS side Los Angles Galaxy where he could partner former England captain David Beckham.

The Brazilian midfielder is reportedly all-set to leave AC Milan this summer and has two options to consider. First of all, he has offers from Brazilian club Flamengo. Flamengo is highly interested to secure his service ahead of the next season.

However, it is pretty much clear that MLS side LA Galaxy is now in pole position to sign Ronaldinho. The former Barcelona star has been reportedly offered a lucrative deal by the MLS side and it could be hard for Ronaldinho to resist the offer.

Recently, Dave Checketts, the owner of another MLS team Real Salt Lake, has indicated that LA Galaxy is going to announce the arrival of another star player very soon. Though he did not say who the player would be, but his indication was clearly towards Ronaldinho.

It seems Major League Soccer (MLS) is going to feature another star with the arrival of Ronaldinho, but AC Milan is reportedly interested to keep hold on the 30-year-old attacking midfielder.

Ronaldinho has been struggling for form over the last 3 years. He moved from Barcelona to AC Milan in 2008, but could not regain his top form in the last two years. He also failed to make it to the Brazil’s 2010 World Cup squad.

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