One of the greatest players to ever grace the round leather game, Ronaldinho is considering retiring  from professional football.

The 36-year-old who has been without a club since
he left Fluminense last September is considering hanging his boots. “I am an
old man now, I am 36
I am no longer 26 like I once was, and I am
looking at what I can do to mark an end to my career. The plan is to play one
more year.”
But before he calls time on his career, the
Brazilian is also considering a spell in the US. “I’ve had the chance to
play (in the U.S.) many times. I have a lot of friends, many directors at
clubs. And now I’ve got the chance to play there again. It’s an option, but
what I most want is to have the chance to travel, to promote the things I want
to do.”

The Barcelona, PSG and Brazil soccer icon has won 1
World Cup, 2 La Liga trophies, 1 UEFA Champions League, 2 FIFA World Player of
the year, Golden Foot award, Best soccer player ESPY award.