Brazilian club side Flamengo are desperate to get their hands on Ronaldo should he make a full recovery.
Brazilian club side Flamengo are desperate to get their hands on Ronaldo should he make a full recovery from the knee injury he sustained on Wednesday that has curtailed his season according to Italian agency Ansa.
Flamengo tried to sign the former three-time world player of the year during the January transfer window before 'Il Fenomeno' opted to stay with European champions AC Milan.
But his contract is up at the end of the season and his ruptured knee tendon means he will not play again for nine months to a year, making it unlikely a new contract will be offered.
But Flamengo's vice-president Kleber Leite is still determined to bring Ronaldo back to the country of his birth.
"The dream of having Ronaldo with us is still alive and in the coming days we will put a proposal to him through his agent Fabiano Farah," Ansa quoted Leite as saying.
"We will present it to him in written form to show just how much we want him to play for us."
"We will wait for him to recover and in the meantime we will try to finalise our plan."
When Ronaldo injured his knee, which was subsequently operated on in Paris on Thursday, some feared he may never play again.
He is already 31 and suffered the same injury to his other knee back in 1999, which saw him spend the best part of 20 months out of the game.
However, this week he expressed his determination to come back, which has alerted Flamengo.