Peter Kenyon says "it turned out to be a great decision" to get Cristiano Ronaldo instead of Ronaldinho.
So Liverpool might be looking at a Timo Werner Plan B. These all paid off despite not being first choice.
Paul Scholes has named four players that Man Utd missed out on signing while he was at the club.
Ronaldinho says Arsenal youngster Gabriel Martinelli "reminds" him of Brazil legend Ronaldo.
Ronaldinho picks out "an idol", "the best?" and a "world class forward".
Some of Man Utd's snubs worked out for the best. Except Eden Hazard, that is...
"It is good that people like Ronaldinho think you have the quality to win. That increases our belief."
Paul Pogba "can make history". Ronaldinho says that might even be at United - if he starts listening.
Harry Kane is "one of those few players" that "could walk into any team in Europe".
Ronaldinho has not had a club since 2015, but his retirement has finally been officially confirmed.
Philippe Coutinho would "perfectly suit" Barca, according to Ronaldinho. Poor Liverpool.
Did Pep Guardiola sell Ronaldinho in his first summer because of his partying? Or was his choice?
"This season they will see him give everything for the club - that is the sort of player he is," says Ronaldinho.
Joan Laporta has shed some light on the potential reason for Man United's failure to sign Ronaldinho.
United almost signed Ronaldinho in 2003, but couldn't complete the deal. So Scholes and friends kicked him.
Gabriel Jesus can succeed Lionel Messi as the greatest player in the world, according to Ronaldinho.
Sadio Mane says that he is attempting to "smile and have a laugh" at Liverpool, just as Ronaldinho did.
After Ronaldo's flirt with Rangers in 1997, we bring you five more who almost - but never quite - moved.
Arsene Wenger lying to his friends, Ray Wilkins being great, Sky Sports being Sky Sports and much more...
Chubbiness + lovability = lovely chubbies. Inspired by a certain current PL chubster (not Hazard).
Leicester City failed in an audacious bid to land Brazilian veteran Ronaldinho, according to reports.
Ronaldinho believes countryman Roberto Firmino is "in the same class" as Mesut Ozil and David Silva
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