Ronaldinho could be removed from FIFA 20 after making bail from Paraguay prison

Ronaldinho could be removed from FIFA 20 after making bail from Paraguay prison

- Ronaldinho risks being removed from FIFA 20 after recently being alleged to have forged travel documents

- The World Cup winner spent 32 days behind bars with his elder brother

- They paid about $1.6 million to regain freedom but are still under house arrest with security men watching over them

Barcelona legend Ronaldinho risks being removed from FIFA 20 days after regaining temporary freedom from Paraguay prison.

The 40-year-old and his brother were behind bars for 32 days after allegedly using fake documents to gain entrance into the south American country.

However, they made bail a few days back after coughing out a staggering sum of $1.6 million but have been placed under house arrest pending when their case would be heard in court.

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The World Cup winner was initially expected to spend six months in jail after their arrest, but have now been transferred to a hotel in Asuncion for the time being.

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SunSport reports that the gaming company is considering excluding the player from this year's edition of the console over his controversial antics in the past few months.

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He presently has four icon cards in the popular Ultimate Team game moderated 89, 91, 94 and 95, but reports claim EA Sports are considering removing all of Ronaldinho's cards after his jail term.

Ronaldinho spent his 40th birthday in prison while participating in all football-related activities with fellow inmates since he was arrested.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has regained temporary freedom from the Paraguay prison but will be kept under house arrest for the time being.

The Brazilian forward was arrested alongside his brother Roberto Assis after allegedly trying to use fake documents to enter the south American country.

However, after just 32 days behind bars, judge Gustavo Amarilla has decided that the duo (Ronaldinho and his brother) can live in a hotel in Asuncion while they await trial on their charges.

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Goal.com reports that judge Gustavo Amarilla cleared 40-year-old Ronaldinho Guacho to live in a hotel in Asuncion while they await trial.

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