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One of our favorite Brazilian players ever is on the move again

Ronaldinho is 35 and heading back home after a stint in the Mexican league.

Image: Marco Ugarte/AP/Press Association Images

VETERAN STAR RONALDINHO has joined Rio side Fluminense, the fourth Brazilian club of his widely-travelled career.

The 35-year-old, a former World Cup winner, started his career with hometown club Gremio of Porto Alegre before moving to Europe where he starred with Paris Saint Germain, Barcelona and AC Milan.

He then returned to Brazil representing Flamengo (2011-2012) and Atletico Mineiro (2012-2014) with who he won the Copa Libertadores in 2013.

“I came here with the intention of writing history with this great club and to work hard,” said Ronaldinho at his presentation at Rio’s Maracana after moving from Queretaro in Mexico.

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