Former World Player of the Year, Ronaldinho, says that he would jump at the chance to end his career at PSG.
The 33-year-old Brazilian saw David Beckham wow the Parc des Princes for one nostalgic season at the end of his playing days, and he liked the look of it.
He started his odyssey in European club football at PSG, at the end of the current French champions’ last era of success.
He played there from 2001 to 2003, building the reputation that saw him move to Barcelona and later AC Milan.
Currently injured, ‘Dinho has been turning back the clock with come delicious displays for Cope Libertadores champions Atletico Mineiro.
But he is not getting any younger, and with his football dotage fast approaching, he says he may want to spend it back at PSG.
"Right now, I'm not thinking about the future,” ‘Dinho told Canal+.
“But any player would like to have the chance to finish his career at a big club like PSG," he added, labelling the Ligue 1 holders "a very strong team right now -- a marvellous team".
Meanwhile, one of the players who has taken ‘Dinho’s place in the Brazil set-up is young winger Lucas Moura.
He is starring for PSG just like Ronaldinho once did, and the veteran thinks he could be poised to rule the roost for years to come.
"He has the ability to conquer the world, thanks to his talent and his pace," Ronaldinho said of Lucas
"He's a player that's going to win people over. Soon, the whole world will applaud him.”