Ronaldinho has no intention of leaving Milan

Italian sports daily the Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Milan star Ronaldinho has dismissed speculation that he is set to depart the Rossoneri in January.
Question marks were raised over the future of the 2002 World Cup winner after he stated his intention to end his career in France where he first embarked on his European adventure with Paris St Germain.
Despite his contract expiring at the end of next June, the Brazilian doesn’t intend to leave Italy anytime soon and hopes to adorn to colours of Milan for many more years: “In January, I certainly won’t leave, I’m fine here and I have the faith of the president.” He said. “I want to do well, play with Milan and I want to win titles here with this shirt.”
The 30-year old admitted that he relishes his importance to the Milanese club and his sole concern is to do well with his employers. “I’m happy and Berlusconi is happy with us. He gives me the right to think only of playing football, so that I can be happy. The truth is that I do not think of anything other than Milan, the people here know that I am well and I like to play in this team. Here I feel important.”
Ronaldinho concluded by admitting that he would welcome back former Milan star Kaka to the San Siro after rumours circulated over the weekend linking him with a possible return to Serie A with il Diavolo. “Kaka? He made history at this club. If he comes back then he will be welcome.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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