Ronaldinho only signed for Liga MX side Queretaro this summer, but there are already reports about an exit.
Ronaldinho has impressed in the Liga MX. While his work-rate has been almost zero, his touch and vision has put Queretaro within touching distance of a place in the post season.
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With a game to go his side are one point outside the play-offs, though with six teams separated by two points there is a good chance ‘Los Gallos Blancos’ will qualify.
Nonetheless Ronaldinho is rumoured to be unimpressed with the situation. Queretaro are not one of the Liga MX’s best sides – only surviving relegation two years ago by the skin of their teeth and almost being thrown out of the league last season for financial irregularities.
MLS side LA Galaxy are reportedly keen on a move. They have a reputation for signing globally recognisable names, and bringing in Ronaldinho would be a big coup for both themselves and US football in general.
However, Queretaro sporting director Adolfo Rios has moved to shoot down reports. In a press conference today he left onlookers in no doubt, saying “These rumours are baseless, he’s happy here, he has a contract and he’s shown no interest in leaving”.
Watch this space.