Ronaldinho claims to be in form of his life

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AC Milan attacking midfielder Ronaldinho says he is currently in the form of his life at the Serie A club and the 29-year-old believes he has plenty more to offer.

The Brazilian has already grabbed five goals for Milan this season and the player believes he is in better form than when he played for Barcelona.

“I am back to how I was [at Barcelona]. In fact I think I am even stronger now,” Ronaldinho told Il Corriere Dello Sport. “Everything seems easier now.”

Ronaldinho moved to AC Milan from Barcelona in 2008 after having scored 98 goals in five seasons at the Camp Nou, but the Brazilian claims that his relationship with Milan coach Leonardo has allowed him to reach the peak of his game in Italy.

“I am really good friends with Leonardo,” he continued. “We always speak about everything in my language. I have never had such a perfect relationship with a coach before.”

He went on to declare his desire to participate in “two more World Cups” before his career comes to an end.

“I want to play in a further two World Cups. How can Dunga not pick me if I carry on playing like this? I want to be the protagonist in South Africa.”


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