Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Brazilian Football Legend, Ronaldinho ‘Has Just £5 in the Bank’ But Owes £1.75million

Legendary Brazilian footballer, Ronaldinho has been revealed to have just about 5 pounds in his bank account but owes a massive debt of 1.7 million pounds.


Ronaldinho is reported to have just £5 in his bank account despite owing a massive £1.75million.

The Brazil legend, 38, was fined heavily for illegal construction in a protected area in his home country, along with his brother Roberto Assis. Despite remortgaging the property, Ronaldinho is said to be unable to pay his debt due to the sky-high interest rate.

Reports in Spain now claim the former Barcelona ace has just £5.24 left in his bank account. As a result of that, a judge in Brazil has ordered Ronaldinho has his passport seized in a bid to ensure he doesn’t flee the country.
Ronaldinho
The former AC Milan, and Paris Saint-Germain forward has been in China and Japan in recent weeks on endorsement campaigns. But now the 97-cap international looks set for a long stint in his native Brazil with no passport to his name.

The iconic playmaker is due to take part in The Game of Champions in Frankfurt, Germany on November 17. A “Ronaldinho and friends” XI is set to play the “Rene Adler All-Stars” in a charity game to help disadvantaged children.
But unless the ex-Barca whiz can somehow find £1.75m, his trip to Europe looks to be in jeopardy.

Source: The Sun UK
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