Milan star Ronaldo has revealed that he would love to see
fellow compatriot Ronaldinho join the club, but has admitted that it will be a
difficult transfer to complete
Ronaldinho is currently having a miserable season on-and-off the pitch in
Barcelona, and he seems very likely to leave at the end of the season.
There are only a handful of clubs in world football who realistically could
afford to sign the 27-year-old, with reports suggesting that it will be a
straight fight between Milan, Inter and Premierships-powerhouses Chelsea.
The Rossoneri seemed to be the frontrunners before Christmas, with President
Silvio Berlusconi, a long-time admirer of the player, hinting on a number of
occasions about a possible move.
However, following their new multi-million-pound sponsorship deal with Nike, the
same sponsor of Ronaldinho, Inter have fast emerged as favourites.
Ronaldo however is still holding on to hope that his ex-Selecao team-mate will
be hooking up with him at San Siro.
"Could he come to Milan? It would be beautiful,” said Ronaldo.
“However I know it will be a difficult operation."
Even if Ronaldinho does join, there is no guarantee Roanldo will still be at the
club, as he has still not signed a new contract with the club, which runs out in