Roberto Carlos has signed a two-year deal with Sao Paulo-based club Corinthians.
The former Brazil international will return to his homeland after he completes his contract with Fenerbahce in Turkey on December 20.
“I’m anxious to get to Corinthians, put their shirt on, feel the support of the fans and make history alongside Ronaldo,” the 33-year-old left back told Radio Record.
He spent the bulk of his career at Real Madrid, from 1996 to 2007, before moving to Turkey.
“Corinthians are a club who are investing, they want to be Libertadores champions next year, they’re a club building confidence to become champions,” he added.
“I’m proud to be able to play in the same team as him (Ronaldo) again.”
Roberto Carlos teamed up with Ronaldo to help Brazil win their fifth World Cup in Asia in 2002 but has not played for his country since their quarter-final defeat by France in Germany in 2006.