Agent: Ronaldinho set to leave Queretaro, might look toward MLS

The Brazilian's agent and brother told media in the midfielder's home country that this will be his final tournament with Queretaro.

Ronaldinho will move on from Queretaro after the Clausura comes to a close, his agent and brother said, and the 35-year-old would like a switch to Major League Soccer.

While rumors about Ronaldinho heading to various MLS clubs have been frequent, though, there hasn't yet been contact between a team and the player's agent.

"Ronaldinho will play with Queretaro until the middle of the year and then we're going to look for another club," Roberto Assis told Super Esportes. "MLS needs players of his level to boost interest in soccer. Anything can happen in this sport, but I haven't been contacted."

The Brazilian midfielder joined the Gallos Blancos in August but hasn't starred for the Liga MX side. His double against America on April 18 in a 4-0 rout brought his goal total with the club to five. He was late in reporting to the team's preseason this winter, and rumors of an exit have been frequent.