Rivaldo Romani (born 7 April 1991), commonly referred to as Rivaldinho, is a Brazilian professional football player who currently plays for Serie A side Roma and the Brazilian national football team. The son of World Cup winner Rivaldo, Rivaldinho began his career at Brazilian club Fluminense in 2008, before transferring to Italian giants Juventus for £17million in 2011. He spent three seasons in Italy, where his performances were often marred with injury and controversy off the pitch, although manager Antonio Conte regarded him as "often the best player in the team." He left Juventus in 2014, and signed for Brazilian club Corinthians for £12million. He was a key player in the 2015 and 2016 Brazilian League seasons for Corinthians, and was named Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Player of the Season in November 2016. In January 2017, during the Brazilian off-season, Italian club Roma made a bid of £14million, and he joined the club on the 1st February 2017.

He scored 11 goals in 19 games for the Brazilian Under 21's, before making his international debut in 2011. He has gone on to make 11 appearances and score 3 goals for the senior side, although his last appearance came in February 2014.