Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has officially called it quits on his footballing career at the age of 37.
The Brazilian legend was a joy to watch in his playing days and delighted many fans with his outrageous skills and infectious smile.
He moved to PSG from Brazilian side Gremio in 2001, then decided against joining Manchester United to move to Barcelona after the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan.
He helped Barcelona win the 2006 Champions League by beating Arsenal in the final, and made himself a hero in Camp Nou over the course of his time there.
He fell out of favor with Pep Guardiola in 2009 and moved to AC Milan.
He won the Serie A with the Rossoneri in 2010/2011 season.
However, he has not played for any professional club since he left Fluminense in 2015.
His brother who is also his agent, Roberto Assis disclosed the news of his retirement to the Brazilian press.
He claimed that activities have been lined up to celebrate his career and events would take off across the continents of the world after the World Cup in Russia later this year.
He also confirmed that Nike would be heavily involved in sponsoring his farewell events.