Ronaldinho is set to come out of retirement at the age of 39 for Colombian side Independiente Santa Fe.
The legendary Brazilian hung up his boots four years ago after a short spell with Fluminense.
And now Ronaldinho is set to pull on the shirt of the nine-time winners of the Colombian league.
The club have announced he will feature in a friendly on October 17 at the Estadio El Campin in Bogota, with the opposition to be decided.
The most expensive ticket for the match is priced at £30.
There is a stumbling block though, with Ronaldinho’s passport seized last year after failing to pay a fine for environmental damage.
Ronaldinho has been working for the Brazilian government as an ambassador for tourism.
“I hope to continue to speak positively about our country wherever I go, inviting people to come here. It makes me very proud,” he said this month.
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