Ronaldinho says he is happy and wants to stay at Milan

Brazilian forward Ronaldinho has contradicted reports suggesting he is eyeing a move away from Milan after insisting he is happy to stay with the Rossoneri. Ronaldinho’s contract expires next June and as yet no talks have been held regarding his extension prompting speculation that he may leave the club.
But in a statement issued today, the former Barcelona star has said that he wants to be with Milan for the next season as well. “I’m fine. I want to do well and stay for a long time with Milan. In fact, I look forward to being here next season and nothing is missing”.
These words come on the same day that Vice President Adriano Galliani claimed Ronaldinho’s contract was not a problem for the club. The Brazilian who has been used fleetingly in the past few weeks by Coach Massimiliano Allegri also said that there were no problems with the tactician.
“I always train well to play and then the decision is upto the Coach. For me it is not a problem to play as a striker, I am always willing to do what the Coach wants”. Ronaldinho was returning from Qatar after taking part in Brazil’s friendly with Argentina which was his first apperance at the national level in just over year and a half.
“It went well apart from the goal conceded towards the end. I’m happy to be back with the Selecao after going a long time without playing”.
Ronaldinho’s Milan who lead the Serie A standings take on Fiorentina at home this Saturday hoping to extend their lead at the top of the table over closest rivals Lazio. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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