Ronaldinho held in Paraguay over fake passport claims
Police searched a hotel in the capital, Asuncion, on Wednesday, where the star had been staying with his brother.
Paraguay’s interior minister told ESPN Brazil that the pair had not been arrested but are under investigation.
Minister Euclides Acevedo also said they deny wrongdoing and are co-operating with the authorities.
In July 2019, the player reportedly had his Brazilian and Spanish passports confiscated over unpaid taxes.
“Ronaldinho will be heard at eight in the morning on Thursday at the prosecutor’s office,” minister Euclides Acevedo told AFP, adding that customs authorities would also be investigated.