Ronaldinho, a former player for FC Barcelona and the 2002 World Cup champion for Brazil, will play football once again. On Sunday reports got the announcement about his comeback.
The 2005 Ballon d’Or winner is now in Porcinos FC squad in the King’s League. That is now in public around an hour after his former team is out from the Europa League playoffs after losing 4-3 to Manchester United overall.
The King’s League is a seven-a-side competition that the former defender founded in 2022 with assistance from well-known streamer Ibai Llanos. It is under the Kosmos company of a fellow Blaugrana legend in Gerard Pique.
Ronaldinho: about the Legend’s past
Lanos, who also serves as the chairman of Porcinos FC, signed Gacho, who announced his retirement in 2018 at the age of 37.
Ronaldinho is now the competition’s greatest draw, despite other well-known players like Sergio Aguero and Iker Casillas joining it on January 1.
At 9 p.m. local time on Sunday, Ronaldinho will make his Kings League debut against PIO FC, with games taking place at the Cupra Arena in the harbor of the Catalan capital.
As his son Joao Mendes recently committed to playing for Barcelona’s Juvenil minor team, Ronaldinho issued a warning that he would be spending more time in the city.
The teenage player, who was originally on Cruzeiro’s Brazilian roster, made his professional debut last week in a friendly match against Manchester United, which took place on the same day that the first team’s exciting 2-2 draw with the PremierPINC -1.3% League heavyweights at Camp Nou.
Given that the King’s League Final Four will be playing there on March 26 if Porcinos FC wins the league, Ronaldinho may once again grace the legendary stadium’s field.
The club’s biggest star of the 2000s, who is credited with rescuing it from one of its worst periods and bringing it back to winning ways, would be anticipated to draw a large crowd to the game.
“You’ll always be the reason Barca smiles. You were the club’s resuscitation “During a Mundo Deportivo event earlier this month, President Joan Laporta, who signed him from Paris Saint-Germain in 2003, told him this.