The Brazilian “magician” was imprisoned for one month, then he went out and placed under house arrest in a hotel in the country, and since April this year he has been staying there.
And sources revealed to the “ESPN” American network that 90% of the case was resolved, and investigations will be completed next November with about 20 people involved in the case.
Lawyers for the former Paris Saint-Germain player and Milan are expected to file a request to release him and his brother in exchange for pleading guilty, paying a fine, and attending the trial every month.
If the former world champion is released, he will return to Barcelona, where he owns a house in which he lived between 2003 and 2008 near the two stars, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.
Ronaldinho still has a lot of friends there, and the climate of the region is close to the atmosphere of Brazil and will be the expected destination for the player after his release.