Have Your Say... On Ronaldinho to Milan
Ronaldinho looks set to move to AC Milan after the Italian club reportedly agreed a transfer fee of 15 million Euros with Barcelona.
Ronaldinho has had two mediocre seasons—that is if one is to criticize lightly. He was once the best of the best, tagged "not for sale" by Barcelona even if the club had received an offer of 100 million Euros, they wouldn't have sold the former Paris Saint Germaine attacking midfielder.
But now, his price has drastically dropped, and he is now seen as a party animal more than a legend in the making. The Brazilian's move to Milan might have come just at the right time to revive his career. He will pair up with compatriots Kaka and Pato, and maybe injury-prone Ronaldo.
With a host of Brazilian faces already in AC Milan, it will feel like home for the Brazilan, and he shouldn't have any difficulty adapting to life in Italy. After doing so, Ronaldinho's talent may surface again, and he might produce the brilliant displays that brought him great success with Barcelona.
Ronaldinho could have moved to Manchester City. However, he had his sights on Milan since the start of this transfer saga.
Ronaldinho looks set to move to AC Milan:
- Is it a wise move by Milan? Is it a good move for Ronaldinho? Would it have been a better move for Ronaldinho had he chosen to go to the English Premier League with Manchester City or even Chelsea?
- After signing Ronaldinho, can AC Milan compete against Mourinho's Inter?
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