ASUNCION: Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto Assis could be released from custody on August 24, the date when a judge is expected to ratify their plea bargain agreement. According to a report in ESPN, the judge, Gustavo Amarilla, who is responsible for the case, has set the date to review the terms of the agreement on Monday.Under terms of the plea bargain, Ronaldinho has agreed to a $90,000 fine and must report to a federal judge in Brazil every three months for two years. Assis has been ordered to pay $110,000 and will not be allowed to leave Brazil over a two-year period. IANS Also Watch: #Newsmakers: Sizal Agarwal, 112 Rank Holder, UPSC 2019 with Oineetom Ojah
The forward was left on the bench for the 0-0 draw at Tottenham.He also appeared to throw a training bib at Mourinho during the match.The Stamford Bridge boss says there’s no problem with Costa – and he’ll be treated the same as anyone in his squad. Elsewhere, Richie Towell has completed his move to Brighton from Dundalk and one former Ireland international thinks he could still make Irelands squad for Euro 2016.The former Dundalk attacker has joined on a 2 and half year deal but won’t be allowed play until January.