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RONALDINHO TO INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE

RONALDINHO TO INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE

RONALDINHO TO INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE

Former Barcelona forward and Brazilian striker is currently without a club and recently played in India’s premier futsal with Goa side but unfortunately he left for Brazil midway into the tournament, after his appearance in couple of games because Ronaldinho has been appointed ‘Brand Ambassador’ of Paralympic Games in Rio which will be held right after the Olympic Games and for that he needs to return to his nation.

This is not the end, he said he will be back for next season of premier futsal and he also will love to play in INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE by saying "I am uncertain but I will go to a place where I feel very comfortable and will consider this possibility [the Indian Super League],"which makes every ISL clubs stunned and it makes the ISL transfer season more interesting.

According to sources Mumbai City FC, Kerala FC and Chennaiyin FC are in the race to sign the high profile Brazilian forward.

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