The 34-year-old declared he wishes to end his playing days with current club Olympiacos, 19 years after first taking to the pitch for Brazilian side Paulista.
"I'm very happy at Olympiacos," Rivaldo said. "My plan is to end my career here in Greece at the end of next season."
The 2002 World Cup winner made his name at Palmeiras in Brazil, earning a move to Europe with Deportivo in 1996 before making a big money move to Barcelona a year later.
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It was at Barcelona where Rivaldo flourished and became a truly world class player, winning two Liga titles with the Catalans, as well as being voted World and European Footballer of the Year during his time there.
Next up for the attack-minded midfielder was Milan, with whom he won the Champions League in 2003, before a brief spell back in Brazil with Cruzeiro paved the way for a move to Greek side Olympiacos, where he will now hang up his boots.
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