The Brazilian endured a poor season with the Blaugrana last term as a result of a number of problems both on and off the pitch.
He was quickly banished to
the bench and, ultimately, pushed out of the club.
‘Dinho recently spoke about
his miserable days in La Liga and now Laporta has retaliated.
“As a result of various
reasons, we didn’t benefit from Ronaldinho at all for the past two years,”
“Nevertheless, he still
remains a great champion and we must not forget he helped us to win the
Champions League and two La Liga titles.”
The Brazilian signed for Milan after one of the
longest transfer saga’s in history.
His €21m price tag was a big
stake for the Rossoneri to gamble with and many sceptics believe the
playmaker’s super days are over.
However, since his move to
San Siro, Ronaldinho is looking fit and in form.