On the day Brazil legend Ronaldo hangs up his boots skysports.com look back on his career.
Former Brazil striker Ronaldo is poised to announce his retirement from football on Monday.
Brazilian striker Ronaldo has announced that he will retire from football at the end of next year.
Brazil coach Dunga has admitted that he would be willing to recall a fit and healthy Ronaldo.
Ronaldo has finally made his long awaited debut for Corinthians, coming on as a second-half sub.
Corinthians have reported that Ronaldo's eagerly-anticipated return to action is about two weeks away.
Brazilian outfit Flamengo have confirmed that they are set to step up their efforts to sign Adriano.
Brazilian striker Ronaldo is looking forward to getting back to work with new club Corinthians.
Ronaldo is looking forward to joining Corinthians and hopes to return to full fitness.
Man City's Brazilian playmaker Robinho has touted two of his countrymen to boss Mark Hughes.
Ronaldo's agent claims three more Premier League clubs have shown an interest in the striker.
Ronaldo has revealed that he has not made a decision on whether to continue playing or retire.
Brazilian star Ronaldo has again claimed Manchester City are monitoring his situation.
Brazilian Ronaldo has turned down a proposal to sign for Siena, saying he will only play when fit.
Siena president Giovanni Stronati has re-iterated his intention to ask Ronaldo to play for his side.
Ronaldo is ready to agree a contract with Flamengo after admitting he wants to stay in Brazil.
Paris St Germain are believed to be in talks with the agent of Brazilian superstar Ronaldo.
Jo says Ronaldo still has 'a lot to offer', but is unsure if his compatriot will join him at Man City.
Ronaldo insists he is still in talks with Manchester City over a proposed move to Eastlands.
Brazilian superstar Ronaldo claims there is still a possibility he could join Manchester City.