Ronaldinho's representative and brother Roberto de Assis has refused to rule out the possibility of the Brazilian star leaving AC Milan this summer.
The playmaker only moved to the San Siro from Barcelona last year, but has endured a difficult time in Serie A and has regularly found himself benched by Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti.
Reports had suggested that Ronaldinho was ready to head home, with the Brazilian top-flight in the news because of the decision of Brazil internationals Ronaldo and Adriano's to join Corinthians and Flamengo respectively.
But de Assis has made it clear that a homecoming for his brother is out of the question.
"There is no possibility he leaves Europe right now," he told the Estado de S. Paulo newspaper. "If you ask me if he may change clubs in Europe, then I would say yes,"
Brazilian side Flamengo are said to be interested, with Flamengo president Delair Dumbrosck declaring in the same newspaper: "We are very interested in signing Ronaldinho. Why not on a loan basis?"
But cash-rich Manchester City, who were linked with a bid for Ronaldinho before he joined the Italian club, may return to pair the attacker with compatriot Robinho.