Ronaldinho's agent has refused to rule out the possibility of his client leaving AC Milan this summer.
The Brazilian superstar only moved to the San Siro from Barcelona last year, but has endured a difficult time in Serie A.
A bright start suggested he could blossom in the relaxed surroundings of Italy's top-flight, but he has struggled to reproduce that early promise on a consistent basis.
He has regularly found himself benched as Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti adopts a different approach to generating results, and is believed to have grown frustrated at a lack of action.
Reports had suggested that Ronaldinho was ready to head home, with the Brazilian top-flight enjoying a renaissance at the moment.
Brazil internationals Ronaldo and Adriano have already joined Corinthians and Flamengo respectively, with both men expressing their delight at returning to familiar surroundings.
However, Ronaldinho's representative Roberto de Assis has made it clear that a homecoming for his brother is out of the question.
He has hinted, though, that a move to another club in Europe could be a possibility.
"There is no possibility he leaves Europe right now," he told the Estado de S. Paulo newspaper.
"If you ask me if he may change clubs in Europe, then I would say yes,"