After it was recently said that Ronaldinho had just €6 (R96) to his name, it has now been reported that assets, including three cars and a snooker table, were seized from his family home in Brazil.
Earlier this month, it was claimed that, after he and his brother had failed to pay a fine of €2 million (R32 million) that was issued to them three years ago, Brazilian authorities took control of his bank account, in which they apparently found only €6 (R96).
According to The Sun, things got worse for Ronaldinho this week when police raided his home in Brazil, seizing a Mercedes-Benz and two BMWs, along with some famous artwork and a snooker table.
Here is a reported image from the raid:
Ronaldinho's passport was also reportedly confiscated recently.
The Brazilian is still thought of by many as one of greatest players to have ever played the game, but his reputation has perhaps taken a slight knock in recent weeks.
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