What with Dec. 28 being the Spanish equivalent of April Fools' Day, one Mexican newspaper decided to get in on the act by running with a phoney story about Liga MX's biggest star attraction, Ronaldinho.
Ronaldinho has reportedly gone AWOL from his club, Queretaro, over the Christmas period, with rumours circulating that the famously hedonistic Brazilian forward had returned to his homeland in order to ring in the New Year in style.
With that tittle-tattle in mind, Mexican paper Record ran with a...
Mexican club Queretaro have warned Ronaldinho he could be sacked if he fails to report for duty in the coming days.
Ronaldinho, 34, signed for Queretaro in September but has failed to report for preseason training, which began on Dec. 8, after being allowed to spend time in Brazil and the United States to resolve some personal matters.
The former Barcelona star has been told he must report on Dec. 26 to hold talks and assess his fitness and commitment, and AFP has quoted club president Arturo...
Queretaro forward Ronaldinho is the subject of interest from Angolan side Kabuscorp, the club's president has told news agency Lusa.
Brazil legend Ronaldinho agreed a two-year deal with Mexican side Queretaro in September and has since scored three goals in nine appearances for the club.
However, Kabuscorp president Benedicto Kangamba is keen to sign the 34-year-old in order to boost their CAF Champions League chances.
He said: "We are striving in negotiations with Ronaldinho's agent to bring him...