Brazilian football superstar, Ronaldinho has finally revealed his plan to hang his boots after an illustrious career though some argue it was not fully maximised.
Ronaldinho told reporters that he is ready to quit the scene but he “is to play one more year” before finally calling it a time on his football career.
The former World Cup winner, who has been linked with a move to the MLS, has represented the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and AC Milan during a well-travelled career.
Ronaldinho has been club-less since leaving Fluminense last September, but he insisted earlier this year that he would have a new club in the second half of 2016.
The 36-year-old has now spoken about retirement for the first time and has hinted that he will enter the music world once he has officially hung up his boots.
“I am an old man now, I am 36,” he told reporters. “I am no longer 26 like I once was, and I am looking at what I can do to mark an end to my career. The plan is to play one more year. I am immersed in new projects, related to music and football which are, as you know, my two passions.”
Ronaldinho is fondly remembered for his dribbling skills, some which he learnt from Nigerian legend Jay Jay Okocha during his time at PSG