Saturday, 13th February 2010

The long term future of Ronaldinho at AC Milan remains uncertain according to reports from Italy. The Brazilian star has put in some fine displays at the San Siro this season, however these have not occurred often enough and the Milan hierarchy want to see greater consistency from the former Barcelona star over the rest of the season.

Corriere dello Sport report that if Milan do decide to extend Ronaldinho’s contract, which is currently due to expire in 2011, then it would be for a further two years, to 2013, but not at his current level. At the moment Ronaldinho is thought to earn €6.5M per season at Milan, yet the Rossoneri would look to renew at €4.5M.

The picture has been further complicated by the suggestion that at a recent meeting to discuss a new deal Ronaldinho was read the riot act by Silvio Berlusconi and told his form must be consistently good for the rest of the season. The Brazilian star and his brother who were both present, are believed to have been unhappy at the outcome of the meeting.



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