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 By Tom Marshall

Queretaro confirm interest in Robinho

Queretaro are weighing up the possibility of bringing in current Brazil international Robinho.

Liga MX outfit Club Queretaro are weighing up the possibility of bringing in current Brazil international Robinho to replace the outgoing Ronaldinho.

"Robinho is one of the possibilities we're looking at," Gallos Blancos sporting president Joaquin Beltran said on Monday.

There have been widespread reports that the 31-year-old former Real Madrid star was on Queretaro's radar,...

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Ronaldinho near Brazil return, says Vasco da Gama president

Brazilian star Ronaldinho launches a counterattack with this extraordinary piece of skill in Queretaro's 2-2 Liga MX Torneo Clausura quarterfinal against Veracruz.
In the final minutes of Queretaro's 2-1 Liga MX away win over Morelia, Ronaldinho received a yellow for a dive.
Watch a pitch invader get lucky as former Brazil star Ronaldinho signed his shirt before being escorted from the field.
Brazilian World Cup winner, Ronaldinho, has yet to make a decision on his future after leaving Atletico Mineiro.

Brazil star Ronaldinho is on the verge of returning to Brazil to join club Vasco da Gama on a six-month contract, following his stint with Liga MX club Queretaro.

"We are working on a project called 'Ronaldinho Gaucho-Vasco,' and we are moving ahead. I would say we are at 90 percent," club president Eurico Miranda told ESPN Brasil about the negotiation. "I can say that I have spoken with the player and he has shown interest and he was satisfied with this possibility for the future. All we have left...

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Ronaldinho agrees to terminate Queretaro deal

There was samba dancing in the heart of Mexico after Ronaldinho collected a late brace in Queretaro's shock 4-0 win at the Azteca.
Ronaldinho has been linked with a move to Major League Soccer.

Ronaldinho has finally left Mexican side Queretaro after his contract was terminated.

Queretaro boss Victor Manuel Vucetich had announced earlier this month that the club was looking to offload the 35-year-old Brazilian after just one season.

Queretaro have now confirmed his exit on their official website and expressed their gratitude to the 2002 World Cup winner.

A statement read: "Club Queretaro is informing its fans that it has decided together with Ronaldo de Assis Moreira to end the...

 By Tom Marshall

Ronaldinho set to leave Queretaro after just one season in Liga MX

ESPN's Leon Lecanda recaps all the storylines following Santos' 5-3 aggregate victory over Queretaro in the Liga MX Clausura final.

Brazilian star Ronaldinho's time at Mexican side Queretaro appears to be coming to an end, with manager Victor Manuel Vucetich confirming on Tuesday that the club is looking to offload the 35-year-old.

"It will depend on various factors and things, but the idea is that he no longer participates for us," Vucetich told reporters in Cancun at Liga MX's annual draft.

Ronaldinho signed for Queretaro last September in a shock move, but the Brazilian turned up late for the team's preseason over the winter...

 By PA Sport

Javier Orozco scores four for Santos in rout of Queretaro in Liga MX finals

Javier Orozco scored four goals as Santos Laguna crushed Queretaro 5-0 in the first leg of the Clausura final.

Putting the game to bed at what is effectively half-time, the Mexico international scored in the fourth, 26th, 32nd and 62nd minutes, stunning the visitors.

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Four-nil was a tough enough scoreline for them to face and then Diego Gonzalez added a fifth with 10 minutes remaining.

Queretaro were entirely out of sorts in the match and even the appearance of Brazil legend Ronaldinho at halftime...