Corinthians sign Ronaldo

December 9, 2008 at 13:20 Leave a comment


São Paulo side Corinthians have pulled off a major coup by announcing the signing of former Brazil forward Ronaldo.

The player has only made a verbal agreement with Corinthians but should sign later this week.

The chunky front man was training with Flamengo (the club he has supported since childhood) and was expected to join the Rio team.

Ronaldo injured himself playing for AC Milan and is still a long way from anywhere near match fitness.

Was this a good move for Ronaldo? Check out Brian Homewood’s column




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