Ronaldinho's agent confirms the Milan bench-warmer could leave in January. “Returning to Brazil would allow him to win the two titles he's missing.”
The Rossoneri star is struggling to get a game under Coach Max Allegri and started just one of the last eight official outings.
“Football evolves in such a rapid fashion,” agent and brother Roberto de Assis told Jogo Aberto.
“Today a transfer away from Milan seems difficult, but I don't know what will happen in the next few days. Everything can change suddenly.”
Dinho has been repeatedly linked with clubs in his homeland, above all Palmeiras and Flamengo.
“Returning to Brazilian would allow him to win the two titles he is missing, the Libertadores and the Brasileirao. It would be very important to add these to his trophy cabinet.
“Where could he go? A great deal depends on the club, the Coach and the project that is proposed to him.”
Ronaldinho's contract expires at the end of the season, so Milan could try to sell him in January to avoid losing the player on a free transfer in June.
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