"It seems clear his time with the Rossoneri is at an end and a meeting is planned for today [Wednesday]," Assis, Ronaldinho's agent, told Sky Sport Italia. "I will speak to Galliani and we'll decide what to do.
"There are many Brazilian clubs interested in Ronaldinho, but I won't rule out a European move."
Lucrative would be an understantement if 'Arry were to consider a move for the former world player of the year. We're hardly short in attacking midfield, although I'd rather have him in our armoury than not. The player would bring a wealth of experience that would help the younger players at the club and would provide good depth that could prove pivotal in bringing us Champions League football once again.