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Brazilian legend improves his chances of making the Brazil squad by securing Turkish move

Ronaldinho set for talks to seal Brazilian return

Ronaldinho was travelling to Rio de Janeiro from Porto Alegre last night to meet with officials from Milan and will seek to extract himself from his contract with the Serie A side, freeing him up to join his home-town club, Gremio, where he started his career in 1998.

Ronaldinho destined for Brazil say AC Milan

AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed Ronaldinho is set for a move back to Brazil.

Kean dampens Ronaldinho hopes as Samba looks for exit

Steve Kean admits it is unlikely that Blackburn Rovers will be successful in their ambitious attempt to sign Ronaldinho as the new owners of the club consider making an improved offer to Milan for the Brazilian.

Steve Kean backs Blackburn bid for Ronaldinho

Blackburn manager Steve Kean insists the club's ambitious bid for Brazil international Ronaldinho is a statement of intent from the new owners.

He's no spring chicken, but Ronaldinho is on Blackburn owners' radar

Blackburn Rovers are pursuing an audacious attempt to sign Ronaldinho, twice the World Player of the Year, from Milan, although the Brazilian is believed to favour a return to his homeland.

Cassano and Ronaldinho head for Milan training camp

Antonio Cassano flew with new team AC Milan to their mid-season training base in Dubai on Monday while Ronaldinho is due to join the Serie A leaders later despite Brazil's Gremio hoping to sign him.

Cassano to join AC Milan

Italian news reports say AC Milan has reached a deal to sign Italy forward Antonio Cassano from Sampdoria.

Hodgson hints at new deal for Lucas after Brazilian finally proves his worth

Although Lucas Leiva would never publicly thank his lucky stars for Steven Gerrard's recent injury, part of him must be grateful for his recent serendipitous opportunity to impress at Anfield, particularly as it now appears that he has done enough to win a new Liverpool contract.

Sheik, battle and goal as Messi downs Brazil

Argentina 1 Brazil 0

AC Milan deny Mario Balotelli transfer rumours

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has dismissed reports suggesting he is planning to sign Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli.

Argentina and Brazil limber up for oldest show in town

What tournament apart from the World Cup could bring together Argentina, Mexico and Japan? Only the world's oldest active tournament, no less, in modern guise: the Copa America.

Ronaldinho and Inzaghi set to stay

AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani has poured cold water on media reports that suggest Ronaldinho and Filippo Inzaghi are set to leave the club during the January transfer window.

Ready To Wear: The peacock male will be wearing animal print

My affection for Cristiano Ronaldo is well documented. (I would, basically.) It soared to unprecedented heights last weekend, however, with the unveiling of his new boots.

Ronaldinho to be handed new AC Milan contract

AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has suggested playmaker Ronaldinho will be handed a new contract in the near future.

Ronaldinho recalled by Brazil

Ronaldinho has been recalled by Brazil for the first time in 18 months for their friendly against Argentina in Qatar next month.

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