Brazil coach Carlos Alberto
Parreira would welcome the transfer of Ronaldo from Real Madrid to Flamengo.
The striker has struggled for form this season and could be the first 'galactico'
to leave the Spanish club in new president Fernando Martin's expected revolution.
He recently criticised the Madrid fans for failing to back him since his move
from Internazionale and Flamengo vice-president Kleber Leite has revealed he
held telephone conversations with Ronaldo in the hope of persuading the frontman
to move back to his homeland.
Parreira would be delighted to see the transfer materialise and told Lance!
newspaper: "It would be good for all - Ronaldo, Flamengo and the national team.
"If he wants to come to Brazil, any financial issues can be solved. Everybody
would win with this transfer."
The 29-year-old, who needs three goals in Germany this summer to become the
leading scorer in the history of the World Cup finals, has been left out of two
of Madrid's last three games.
Ronaldo will be desperate for first-team football ahead of the World Cup and
Parreira believes the striker's return to Brazil would be a gift for supporters
in the country.
"It would be a privilege for the fans who didn't have the chance to see Ronaldo
in a Brazilian club's shirt because he was very young when he played for