Veteran midfielder Clarence Seedorf could be set for a Brazilian swansong to his glittering career.
Seedorf, 35, has admitted he has started talks with South American giants Corinthians over a possible deal.
The AC Milan star looks set to leave the San Siro when his contract ends in the summer and has already sounded out former team-mate Ronaldo, who finished his career at the Sao Paulo club, about the move.
But Seedorf remains committed to leading Milan to their first title in seven years before thinking about the future.
He told Brazilian station Rede TV: "We are only in the preliminary stages of negotiation but I have started to speak with Ronaldo.
"I am fully focused on victory of the Italian Scudetto.
"I care a lot to it but at the end of the season I will assess the proposal of Corinthians.
"Brazil is a country I love very much."