Turks submit offer for former Barcelona star.
Turkish side Besiktas have made an offer to Atletico Mineiro for Brazil star Ronaldinho, according to Goal.com.
The 33-year-old has not played in Europe since leaving AC Milan to return to his native Brazil with Flamengo, where he spent two seasons before moving to Atletico Mineiro.
Still a regular in the Brazilian national team, Ronaldinho has shown some good form over the last few seasons, after suffering something of a dip towards the end of his time at Barcelona and Milan.
A return to European football would be an exciting move for many neutral fans, as Ronaldinho remains one of the biggest names in world football after his immense success at Barcelona between 2003 and 2008.
The Brazilian was twice voted the FIFA World Player of the Year during his time at the Nou Camp, when he helped the team win two La Liga titles and the Champions League, and captured the imagination of football fans worldwide with his wonderful flair and ability.
It is not yet clear if the move will go through, but Besiktas vice-president Ahmet Nur Ceb has said: “We have made an offer for Ronaldinho. We are now awaiting his answer.”