HE WAS once rated the world's best player - a man who starred for Barcelona and helped Brazil to 2002 World Cup glory. But next season, is there a chance Ronaldinho could grace the Selhurst Park turf? Bookies SkyBet suggest Crystal Palace is the fifth most likely destination for the 34-year-old, with odds of 20/1 on him joining the Eagles before the summer transfer window closes. However, the odds suggest the man who lobbed David Seaman from 40 yards in the 2002 World Cup quarter-final will end up playing elsewhere in the Premier League. The former AC Milan man is a 9/2 shot to join Stoke City and 5/1 and 7/1 to join West Ham and QPR respectively.
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