One of the most recognisable footballing figures of the 21st century, Ronaldinho, has announced his retirement from the game.

The 37-year-old has not played professionally since leaving Fluminense in 2015, but his brother and agent Roberto Assis confirmed his decision.

The trickster made a name for himself at Paris Saint-Germain in 2001, before starring at the 2002 World Cup as his country lifted the trophy, before getting a transfer to Barcelona where he won two La Liga titles, a Ballon d’Or, and the 2006 Champions League.

Ronaldinho’s influence waned slightly as he moved to Milan before returning to his homeland, but the attacker will go down as one of the most talented and entertaining players of all-time.