- Ronaldinho and his brother are set to be freed by Paraguay authorities
- Both have been in the custody in the South American country after been nabbed for fake documents
- Prosecutors cannot build anymore case on the former World Cup winner, hence, the need to free them
Ronaldinho could finally regain freedom for the first time in four months after being placed under house arrest in Paraguay.
The 40-year-old former Barcelona star was arrested alongside his brother/agent in the South American country earlier this year for using fake documents to gain entry into the country.
They were granted partial bail having coughed out a staggering £1.2 million bail but that did not guarantee them total freedom.
SunSport claims that the prosecutors are almost done with most part of the case but are unable to build any further substantial evidence.
The publication further stated that the brothers are being investigated over alleged money laundering case after being caught with fake Paraguay passports at the Sheraton hotel in Asuncion.
Reports claim the passport bore Ronaldinho's name, with his correct birthplace and date of birth, but it claimed he was a naturalised citizen of Paraguay.
The World Cup winner was said to have been invited to Paraguay to promote the charity “La Fundación Angelical,” - an organisation that provides medical assistance to low-income children.
He was also going to present his book Genius of Life.
Legit.ng earlier reported that reports from Argentina have it that Brazilian legend Ronadinho is reportedly ready to come out of retirement to play under the legendary football great Diego Maradona.
The 40-year-old has not played professional football since his last outing for Brazilian club Fluminense in 2015.
It was gathered that the former Barcelona and AC Milan playmaker is open to the move as Maradona will do everything to land the exciting star.
The Brazilian player has finally spoken on his house arrest throughout the lockdown after being released from Paraguayan prison.