AC Milan playmaker Ronaldinho had a disappointing season in his first year at the San Siro and as a result, Brazil boss Dunga has not included him in his squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers and the Confederations Cup.
Nonetheless, Dunga is confident that the Rossoneri's new coach, former Selecao member Leonardo, can help the ex-Barcelona man return to his best form.
"Leonardo is the right man to return the true Ronaldinho to football. He knows how to motivate," he suggested, according to Goal.com Italia.
"Sure, Ronaldinho should have been participating in this project. We are talking about a fantastic player. I hope to have a renewed Ronaldinho for the World Cup in South Africa. All of Brazil are expecting that."
He also commented on Ronaldinho's team-mate Kaka, someone he did included in his squad, and his proposed transfer to Real Madrid.
"To lose such an outstanding player would be a terrible blow for everyone. Under my friend Leonardo, Kaka would be the best even on the moon."
Adam Scime, Goal.com