The 36-year-old former Brazil and Barcelona superstar appeared to bring his playing career to a close when on September 28 2015 he reached a mutual agreement to depart Fluminense after less than three months with the club.
The two-time former FIFA World Player of the Year never formally retired from football and made an appearance in the Match for Peace charity game organised on behalf of Pope Francis on October 12.
And he could be primed for a return to the professional game, with Roberto claiming several approaches.
“We have three proposals we are considering,” Roberto told O Jogo.
“Ronaldinho will decide what to do. We are in no rush.
“He is happy when participating in events and travelling around the world.”