- Ronaldinho, Brazil and Barcelona legend, is coming out of retirement to pay for Colombian side Sante Fe
- The 39-year-old will play for Colombian side Santa Fe on October 17
- Santa Fe are one of the most successful teams in Colombian football, having won 17 league titles
Ronaldinho, Brazil and Barcelona legend, will play for Colombian side Santa Fe at the age of 39 after agreeing to come out of retirement.
According to UK Sun report, the 39-year-old, who also plied his trade with AC Milan, will be on parade for Colombian side Independiente Santa Fe on Thursday, October 17, 2019.
At press time, the 97-capped Brazil international has not confirmed how long the deal will run, even as fans continue to wait for the opponents he will face.
Interestingly, in the history of Colombian football, Santa Fe have won the league title 17 times and are presently the most successful club in the South American nation.
Meanwhile, ticket prices for the match have been made public, with the costliest selling for £30 plus VAT, with the cheapest ticket selling for just £7.
YEN.com.gh reported earlier that José Mourinho has added his own voice to the long-running debate among football buffs- who is the greatest between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Special One as Mourinho was fondly called during his days at Stamford Bridge, has been out of work since his sack by the Red Devils in December 2018, but still features as a pundit on beIN SPORTS during his show known as, ''On the Touchline with José Mourinho.''
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