Ronaldinho To Sign New Deal At Milan - Report

The Brazilian is set for a pay rise, despite the fact that last week club president Silvio Berlusconi called for players to take a cut...
Ronaldinho's Milan contract has been taken out of the filing cabinet, dusted off, and polished up as he is offered a new deal and pay rise.

According to Il Corriere Dello Sport, the Brazilian ace is in line for a positive week ahead of the big Milanese derby this weekend.

The report suggests Ronaldinho's contract will be touched up in line with an agreement he signed last year when joining the club from Barcelona. His €6.5 million per season wages will now rise to €8m.

In addition, the former Paris Saint Germain star will be offered the option to sign on for a further year, taking his deal to the 2011-12 season when he turns 33.

'Dinho played well against Siena on Saturday night. The play-maker appeared to be enjoying himself in his new role under coach Leonardo.

Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com