Brazilian legend Ronaldinho is ready to leave Queretaro soon after suffering a falling out with coach Victor Manuel Vucetich and is keen to join a club in the MLS.

After weeks of speculation, the veteran forward joined the Mexican outfit last year, but his performances so far have failed to match the hype surrounding his transfer.

The former Barcelona man’s attitude is in question at Queretaro and the club hierarchy are tired of alleged tantrums being thrown by the Brazilian superstar since his arrival in September last year.

He has often failed to feature in the playing squad this season for the club and according to Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset the player had a serious falling out with coach Vucetich after he was again left out of the team against Toluca on Sunday.

Both the club and the player are moving towards a separation before his contract expires in 2016 and Ronaldinho is speculated to be interested in a move to the MLS.


The 34-year-old was recently linked with a switch to Angolan outfit Kabuscorp and before he moved to Mexico he was also rumoured to be close to joining the Indian Super League.

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