Argentine giants Boca Juniors linked with Atlético Mineiro’s RonaldinhoThe smile has slowly gone from Ronaldinho's face
Two-time FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldinho is being eyed up by Argentine giants Boca Juniors.
The Atlético Mineiro playmaker has struggled for form since helping the Brazilian club win the Copa Libertadores last year and a move away has been speculated for some time.
News of a possible transfer to Argentina was broken on Argentine television and it is believed the Buenos Aires club want Ronaldinho to replace Juan Román Riquelme, who left the club last week to join Argentinos Juniors.
The Standard reported news regarding the former Barcelona legend and it is widely believed a change of scenery could benefit the former Brazil national team player.
Ronaldinho has only found the net once in 2014, and even that was from the penalty spot. His form has dramatically decreased compared to a successful 2013 and even in last night’s Recopa Sudamerica he was substituted to show Atlético don’t depend on his wizardry anymore.
The Brazilian was linked with a move to Turkish side Beşiktaş at the start of the year but the transfer failed to materalise and after a two-year spell, it now seems he is finally set to leave Galo.