The 33-year-old, who now plays for Atletico Mineiro in his native Brazil, enjoyed a two-year spell in the French capital, prior to joining Spanish giants Barcelona in 2003.
Speaking to reporters, the former Brazil international admits that he would relish the opportunity to call time on his illustrious career at Parc de Princes.
He said: "Today, I do think about the future, but any player would be delighted to have the opportunity to finish his career in a big club like PSG. They are a very strong at the moment; a great team."
The former AC Milan ace went on to praise compatriot and current PSG star Lucas Moura, whom he believes has all the potential to "conquer" the world of football.
"Lucas is a guy who has the means to conquer the world, thanks to his quality and speed. Soon the whole world will applaud him."
Ronaldinho, who helped the Brazilian outfit to their first ever Copa Libertadores title in the summer, is expected to leave the club in December upon the expiration of his current deal.