Brazilian legend, Ronaldinho, has been linked with a move to Indian Super League club Chennai.
The former FC Barcelona and AC Milan forward is a free agent after his contract with Athletico Miniero expired and has reportedly been negotiating with several Brazilian sides.
However, his wage demands might scupper the move and he could be bound for the inaugural eight-team league in India.
"It's true that I would love Ronaldinho to come to India but I am only one of 1.2 billion who would like to see that," Prashant Agarwal, senior club official at Chennai, told Sky Sports.
"We'd like Ronaldinho to be part of that project and I'm confident we can offer him a package which reflects his status as one of the most naturally gifted footballers on the planet.
"I am conducting the majority of player negotiations for Team Chennai myself and the opportunities for someone of his profile in a marketplace like India are immense.
“He would certainly capture the hearts and minds of people in the country.”
Former Juventus strikers Alessandro Del Piero and David Trezeguet, Arsenal ‘Invincibles’ Robert Pires and Freddie Ljungberg and ex-Liverpool pair David James and Luis Garcia will all play in the league.
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