Brazilian legend Ronaldinho ‘insisted on having a nightclub clause in his Flamengo contract that allowed him to have two nights drunk in a week!’
- Ronaldinho demands he has a nightclub clause in his Flamengo contract
- The Brazilian legend is famous for his party lifestyle throughout his career
- The strange clause allows Ronaldinho to have two explosions every week
Ronaldinho surprisingly insisted that the ‘nightclub clause’ in his Flamengo contract which gave him the right of two nights to party a week was revealed.
The Brazilian star signed a contract with Flamengo in 2011 after spending three seasons with Flamengo AC Milan.
Ronaldinho demanded a clause in his Flamengo contract to allow him to party twice a week
The Brazilian legend is famous for having a party-child lifestyle throughout his career
Flamengo gave up in the end in an attempt to get Ronaldinho signed on the telephone.
The former Barcelona star finally scored 19 goals and registered 13 assists in a year at the club.
Ronaldinho is widely regarded as one of the most talented soccer players of his generation and is famous for allowing his hair to fall out throughout his famous career.
There is a feeling that the 40-year-old man – who is currently under house arrest in Paraguay over alleged use of a fake passport – could be better if it were not for the lifestyle of his male-child parties.
Ronaldinho (center) pictured here enjoying a night at a nightclub with friends
An AC Milan fan even revealed that Ronaldinho would be seen in the city almost every weekend after the match.
He told Bleacher Report: ‘Win, lose, play good, play poor – Ronaldinho doesn’t care.
‘He will still find parties and have fun until the evening.
“We loved him in Milan, but he hurt himself and his career, never worried who saw him.”
Ronaldinho’s three years at AC Milan have reportedly ended because of a persistent party
It was an ongoing party that was said to have spelled the end for him at AC Milan with rumors that he even used to miss Monday’s training session after turning all weekend.
Ronaldinho’s former teammate, Patrico Rubio, has previously revealed that the Brazilian legend will ‘board his private plane after the match’ to party in Cancun.
Ronaldinho also spent tens of thousands of pounds to celebrate his 32nd birthday at a luxury hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
He was forced to spend his most recent birthday behind bars in Paraguay but still retained his innocence because he had a fake passport.