Ronaldinho: I want to retire at PSG
Atlético Mineiro star Ronaldinho has revealed that would be open to ending his career at Paris Saint-Germin.
The former Seleção attacker played for the Paris club between 2001 and 2003 and says he could picture himself bringing the curtain down on his illustrious career at the Parc des Princes, reports Goal.com.
"Today, I do think about the future," the 33-year-old told reporters.
"But any player would be delighted to have the opportunity to finish his career in a big club like PSG.
"PSG are very strong at the moment; a great team."
He then praised compatriot Lucas Moura, who he believes has the potential to become one of the best players in the world.
"Lucas is a guy who has the means to conquer the world, thanks to his quality and speed. Soon the whole world will applaud him," the World Cup winner said of the PSG winger.
Ronaldinho left PSG for Barcelona, where he enjoyed the most productive years of his career, winning two Liga titles and a Champions League during his five-year stay at Camp Nou.