Ronaldinho: 'I want to keep winning titles and girls'

Ronaldinho reveals ambitions in Liga MX
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Ronaldinho reveals that he wants to keep "winning titles and girls" as he begins his career in the Mexican league at Queretano.

Mexican side Queretano have unveiled their marque summer signing Ronaldinho, who revealed that he wants to "keep winning titles and girls".

The two-time FIFA World Player of the Year made his move to Liga MX after he was released by Brazilian side Atletico Mineiro earlier this summer.

"I always lived in the same way and all equipment for which I spent was champion," Ronaldinho told Mundo Deportivo.

"I hope to continue doing the same life and continue winning titles and girls."

Ronaldinho was presented to a sold-out stadium when he was unveiled on Friday night.

Ronaldinho of Atletico Mineiro reacts during the FIFA Club World Cup 3rd Place Match on December 21, 2013
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