Former Brazil and Barcelona midfielder Ronaldinho has signed a two-year contract with Mexican club Queretaro.
Conference South side Basingstoke Town have emerged as surprise suitors for Brazilian veteran Ronaldinho.
Ronaldinho is set to announce he has joined a new club after parting company with Atletico Mineiro.
Atletico Mineiro have confirmed that Ronaldinho has signed a new contract despite rumours of an exit to Besiktas.
Besiktas claim they are trying to tie up a deal for Joleon Lescott, as well as Brazilian legend Ronaldinho.
Palmeiras executive director Jose Carlos Brunoro has revealed the club would be interested in signing Ronaldinho.
Gremio president Fabio Koff has denied speculation the Brazilian side are looking to re-sign former player Ronaldinho.
Brazil technical director Carlos Alberto Parreira says that Kaka still has a chance of making the World Cup squad.
Ronaldinho admits that he still has hopes of making Brazil's World Cup squad, despite missing out on recent games.
Besiktas vice-president Ahmet Nur Cebi has told Turkish TV that he is planning a second move for Emmanuel Adebayor.
Ronaldinho is not thinking about the future but says any player would be happy to finish their career at PSG.
Ronaldinho has denied reports that he is on the verge of leaving Atletico Mineiro of Brazil.
United Arab Emirates club Al Shabab have turned down the opportunity to sign Brazilian veteran Ronaldinho.
Al Shabab have confirmed they are in discussions with Ronaldinho over a possible move to the Middle East.
Ronaldinho's agent has laughed off suggestions that the striker could be set to join Turkish side Besiktas.
Luiz Felipe Scolari says Brazil will improve after more time with him following their defeat to England at Wembley.
Ronaldinho admits he didn't expect a recall to the Brazil national team.
Ronaldinho has insisted he has no plans to leave Brazil before 2014 after being linked with a move to Blackburn Rovers.
Ronaldinho is eyeing a shock return to the Brazil team under returning coach Luiz Felipe Scolari.
Brazil international Ronaldinho has extended his stay with Atletico Mineiro until the end of 2013.