FC Barcelona legend Ronaldinho will not retire from football following his Fluminense exit, and will surprise the world once again, according to his agent.
The 35-year-old left the Brazilian club on Monday as he felt he was not doing himself or the team any justice.
Ronaldinho's agent, Roberto Assis, who is also the player's older brother, was asked whether his client was considering retirement following his contract termination at Fluminense, and laughed off the question.
"Are you crazy? No chance, you'll have more surprises yet," he told Folha De Sao Paulo.
"He has to be happy on the field and feel good about himself.
"He has an advantage over many others in that he has never suffered from a serious injury.
"And while he still has that flicker then great."
Assis also insisted that, although things did not work out at Fluminense, his client has no hard feelings towards the club.
"It was a wonderful experience, the club did everything (to make it work), and the player too," he added.
"Unfortunately, things did not go the way that Ronaldinho wanted. It was a cool-headed decision. If it's not working, it is best to stop."
Ronaldinho has played 506 club career games, scoring 188 goals.
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