Ronaldinho has been linked heavily with the LA Galaxy after Mexican side Queretaro failed to make the play-offs, but it seems they are not in pole position for his signature.
Instead, the Queretaro and Brazil forward is the subject of interest from Angolan side Kabuscorp, the club’s president has told a local news agency.
Kabuscorp president Benedicto Kangamba is reportedly keen to sign the 34-year-old in order to boost their CAF Champions League chances, despite the legend signing a two year deal and scoring 3 goals in 9 games since his arrival in Mexico in August.
He said: “We are striving in negotiations with Ronaldinho’s agent to bring him here for one year. With this type of player we can win the CAF Champions League and then we can play in the Club World Cup, and thus face European teams. That is the dream of any president of a club”.
Ronaldinho would be following in good footsteps – the African side signed Rivaldo in 2012.