Brazilian ace tells Ibra to join Milan...Ronaldinho is trying to goad Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic into joining Milan.
Adriano Galliani is already working to put together a successful move for the Sweden striker, and Ronaldinho has launched a provocative appeal, hoping he can add weight to Milan's efforts of landing him.
"I don't know if Ibrahimovic will come to Milan to play with me and [Alexandre] Pato, but the idea of playing with one of the best strikers in the world is fascinating," Ronaldinho told El Mundo Deportivo.
"If Ibrahimovic signed for Milan it would be perfect."
Galliani is expected to rouse Barcelona's attention over a deal when he sits down with Sandro Rosell to speak business later.
Reports so far have claimed a swap loan deal could take place involving Ibrahimovic and Marco Borriello, but the barriers holding the move back are wages.
'Ibra' earns around €12 million per annum compared to Borriello's €3m, leaving a €9m shortfall. Sky Sport Italia claim Silvio Berlusconi may stump up the remainder to push the move through as the striker is not keen on taking a wage cut.
The Rossoneri take on Barcelona in the Joan Gamper trophy on Wednesday night.