Ronaldinho, Brazil and Barcelona legend, will play for Colombian side Santa Fe at the age of 39 after agreeing to come out of retirement.
According to UK Sun report, the 39-year-old, who also plied his trade with AC Milan, will be on parade for Colombian side Independiente Santa Fe on Thursday, October 17.
At press time, the 97-capped Brazil international has not confirmed how long the deal will run, even as fans continue to wait for the opponents he will face.
Ronaldinho is also a holder of prestigious titles such as the FIFA World Cup, LaLiga and co. He was also a member of the Brazilian national team side that won the 2002 FIFA World cup in Korea.
He is more known for his direct run and amazing free-kicks technique.