The Brazilian went through eight fruitful years with the Bundesliga champions however has now taken the choice to come back to his underlying foundations in his country
Rafinha has come back to his local Brazil with Flamengo following eight years at Bayern Munich.
The right-back, 33, has marked a two-year contract with the Rio de Janeiro-based club.
Rafinha won seven Bundesliga titles while at Bayern in the wake of joining from Genoa, just as eight local mugs and the 2013 Champions League.
He started his expert vocation with Brazilian side Coritiba before joining Schalke in 2005 and going through five years in Gelsenkirchen.
Flamengo declared the marking on their site, expressing Rafinha would have his introduction at the club on June 24.
His first-group open doors were restricted with Bayern last season, prompting his takeoff after their residential twofold triumph.
He was joined by veteran wingers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery in saying goodbye to Bayern toward the finish of the battle.
The flight of three long-serving figures at the Allianz Arena demonstrated to be an enthusiastic event for all concerned.
Rafinha said of severing ties with the German giants: “The eight years have been wonderful, I’ve had some great moments here.
“The treble in 2013 was exceptional. Everything arrive at an end in the long run.
“People are as one consistently and realize each other so well – people are a family. The companionship people as a whole have is the best thing.”