is in contact with Los Angeles Galaxy, who are offering him €7
million per annum wages to get him out of Milan.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reports the Brazilian's brother and agent Roberto De Assis has met with Galaxy directors, who are keen on landing their long-time target.
Galaxy hope to get in between Ronaldinho and Milan, who have not offered him a new deal.
On Tuesday CEO Adriano Galliani airbrushed all talk of contracts out of the picture. He put that into the background, and said new deals may arrive in the spring.
It's this delay that has sent Galaxy into a visionary trance. They are trying to catch Ronaldinho's attention by offering him big wages. He would get €7m a season over a four-year term if he heads to America.
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