Brazilian Legend Ronaldinho has said that he has no plans to retire at the moment and is looking forward to sign a deal with a new club following his final appearance for Fluminense at this week’s Florida Cup.
Expressing his desire to play a bit longer, the veteran midfielder, who would search for a new club after the Rio carnival in February, insisted that there was a lot more to come this year.
“It felt good to feel the affection of the fans [in USA]. It made me very happy. Now I have to get on with my life and do my best to repay what they have given me,” Ronaldinho was quoted as saying by goal.com.
The 35-year-old World Cup-winner also expressed his love for the game, saying that he had been planning to travel the world in order to promote football.
Earlier on Wednesday, Ronaldinho made his 11th and final appearance for Fluminense when he came as a substitute during their 0-1 defeat to Colorado.