Ronaldinho Set To Join Milan

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, AC Milan are on the verge of securing a deal for Brazilian playmaker Ronaldinho on a two-year contract.

The Barcelona forward has been linked heavily this summer with both Milan and Manchester City, both of whom will be competing in next season’s UEFA Cup.

It seems that the former World Player of the Year has set his sights on a move to San Siro, where Carlo Ancelotti is overhauling his aging squad.

According to Gazzetta, Barcelona chief Joan Laporta and Milan counterpart Adriano Galliani have agreed in principle a deal for the player.

A fee, believed to be in the region of 15 million euros, has been decided by the duo, and the details of an annual 6.5 million euro contract are in place.

Galliani has sought to placate irate supporters with a trophy signing this summer, and had stated his intent on signing Ronaldinho or Arsenal’s Emmanuel Adebayor.

After being seemingly priced out of a bargain for the Togo striker, Galliani looks set to snare the Brazilian playmaker for a relatively economical fee.

Ronaldinho will be expected to lead the Milan line with fellow Seleção members Kaka and Alexandre Pato.

Milan have already secured deals for three new players this summer; Gianluca Zambrotta has been added from Barcelona, Mathieu Flamini joined for free from Arsenal, while Marco Boriello has been recalled from a fruitful loan-spell at Genoa.

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