By IVES GALARCEP
The minute Ronaldinho severed ties with Brazilian side Atletico Mineiro on Monday morning, you just knew the links to Major League Soccer would resurface.
This time around, it is the New York Red Bulls looking like a perfect fit for the skilled playmaker, and after seeing Barcelona star Xavi return to Europe after a flirtation with MLS, all eyes are waiting to see if Ronaldinho will be the latest star to sign in MLS, or pass on it.
As things stands, there are no concrete reports of an MLS move in Ronaldinho’s future, but in my latest Goal.com column, I break down why the Red Bulls should absolutely make a play for the former Barcelona and AC Milan star.
In the column, I also reveal that Red Bulls officials met with representatives for Ronaldinho during the World Cup. Nothing came of those meetings, but you have to wonder if the club might not reconsider given the uncertain future of Thierry Henry.
So here is the question for SBI readers. Do you think the Red Bulls should sign Ronaldinho?
Cast your vote after the jump:
How did you vote? Do you think he would be a good fit in MLS? See him being a good partner for Henry, or see him more as a replacement?
Share your thoughts below.