Football News- Ronaldinho takes retirement from Football


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 In his prolonged career the 37-year-old Brazilian magician has won the world cup in 2002, he received Ballon d'Or in 2005, and the Champions League glory with the Catalan giants in 2005-06.


Legendary Brazilian international Ronaldinho hung up his boots from football, his brother, and agent Roberto Assis has confirmed that, After he left Fluminense in 2015, he hadn’t played any single professional game in his career.


Last year the Brazilian international announced that he had intentions to brought the curtains at some points in 2018, by saying: "I think I'm saying goodbye to football next year, officially."


There are plans are certainly underway for his farewell games.


He agent voiced: "He's quit football, it's over,"

"Let's now do something nice [his farewell], big as it should [be], after the Russia World Cup, maybe in August.


"We'll do some events now around Brazil, Europe and Asia. Of course, we're also arranging something with the Brazil national team as well.


"Nike [Ronaldinho's long-time sponsors] will be with us together on this project, there are no details yet.


"For now we're arranging a programme, a schedule. The fact he's been Barcelona's ambassador for 10 years now will help a lot abroad. He's held in the highest regard there.


"There are now three arranged events – Mexico will be the next one, on March 1."

In his international career, Ronaldinho has capped 97 times for Brazil, and scored 33 goals for his country and won the most prestigious award with his team in 2002 world in Japan and South Korea.


After that, he began his European Journey with the French capital side PSG and after that, he flourishes his career at Barcelona between 2003 to 2008.


In Barcelona he has won Back to back La Liga trophies with them and also Champions league in 2005, after that he joined the Serie A giants AC Milan and won the Serie A silverware with them in 2010-11 season, then he returns to his country and joined Flamengo and he experiences some skimp at Atletico Mineiro and Queretaro.