The Brazilian Legend is reportedly packing his bags to INDIA! If this news is a real one and the player ends up in playing Indian Super League, then it’s surely a TREAT for every Indian following the game. Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, popularly known as the Ronaldinho ‘Gaucho’ – The Brazilain master is a free agent now and as per reports he is in contact with no of ISL teams involves FC Goa, Kerala Blasters.

Ronaldinho – KNOW THE NAME:


Ronaldinho came to the lime lights when he was a 13-year-old kid as he scored all the 23 goals in a single match for his side. From then on, Ronaldinho made his mark everywhere he played. In the 1997 U-17 World Championship, Ronaldinho was marked as a ‘rising star’. He joined Brazilian professional football team Gremio as an 18-year-old. Celso Roth, the coach who trained the young Ronaldinho at Gremio once said Gaucho (Ronaldinho’s Brazilian nickname) is a cut above from all the top talents he trained.

Ronaldinho has played for European giants Paris Sain-Germain, Barcelona and AC Milan in his peak years, winning everything a player possibly can win in the club level. With the Brazilian national team, Ronaldinho has won a World Cup, a Copa America and a Confederations cup; all in the senior level. And we will need a separate article to write down the player’s INDIVIDUAL AWARDS, notably FIFA World Player of the Year in 2004, 2005 and a Ballon d’Or in 2005.

Can Ronaldinho impress the Indian crowd?


You don’t even have to think for a second to say ‘YES’. YES! Ronaldinho will certainly boost any team and we have to use a microscope to find a man who doesn’t like this guy. Sorry, but that’s not an exaggeration. Even a man who knew zero in football would APPLAUSE Ronaldinho’s sorcery on the field.

Ronaldinho earned a standing ovation by the Real Madrid fans at the Santiago Bernabeu. The heat of an El_Clasico match is unexplainable and Ronaldinho was the only player to change the heat to a warm SALUTE. We can’t see Barcelona players receiving such treatment from the mighty Real Madrid fans every week.

Though he is not the old ‘Gaucho’ we knew, still he has his flavour left in him. Ronaldinho can be a very special player to ever play in the Indian soils. Despite his form, performances and contributions, the team who occurs the services of Ronaldinho will surely have an upper hand among the FANS.


Ronaldinho is always a wanted figure among the ISL Franchise who are trying to land the player from the very start of ISL. In the summer, Ronaldinho was heavily linked with move to India as Kerala Blasters were so keen to sign the player, but for somewhat reasons the deal could not materialise and the player opted to play his stride in Brazil signing a contract with Fluminense.


FRANKFURT/MAIN, Germany: Brazilian midfielder and captain Ronaldinho celebrates after scoring the third goal for his team during the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup football final Brazil vs Argentina at the Waldstadion in Frankfurt, 29 June 2005. AFP PHOTO JOHN MACDOUGALL (Photo credit should read JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images)
Will Ronaldinho join ISL ?

To see Ronaldinho playing in the Indian grounds will be a dream come true for every Indian football fan and let’s hope the Indians will finally get their wish at least this season.