FC Barcelona legend Ronaldinho is a free agent, and is reportedly considering making a comeback in European football.
The 35-year-old recently left Brazilian club Fluminense, and his representatives have played down rumours of retirement.
Ronaldinho played just nine matches for his former side, failing to make any real impact, which was one of his reasons for leaving the club.
Rumours have since circulated regarding his future, and a Swiss newspaper, Blick, have now reported that the Brazilian could return to Europe once again, the continent he dominated during his time at Barcelona.
According to the publication, Ronaldinho's older brother and agent, Roberto de Assis Moreira, claimed he is "considering offers from Malaysia and Switzerland", although no specific teams were mentioned.
However, it has been suggested a likely destination is Swiss club Sion, a team Roberto had two stints with as a player between 1992 and1997.
Ronaldinho has played 506 club career games, and has scored 188 goals, while he's assisted a further 128 strikes.
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