West Ham owners explore prospect of signing AC Milan star Ronaldinho
The People says Irons owners David Gold and David Sullivan are looking into the idea of bringing the two-time World Footballer of the Year to Upton Park.
Ronaldinho only turned 30 in March and is available for around £6 million though his wage demands would still be upwards of £90,000-a-week.
Several Premier League clubs have been sounded out about the Brazilian but it is believed that West Ham are the only one to have shown a real interest.
Milan are keen to offload Ronaldinho's £150,000-a-week deal from their wage bill, leading to his name being circulated among Premier League clubs.