A Paraguayan judge on Tuesday ordered the release of Brazilian football great Ronaldinho and his brother into house arrest while they await trial on charges of using false passports to enter the country; the denial coming after he denied another rumour that had linked him with a move to Inter Milan.
The Argentine had recently been linked with a move to Inter Milan as well as his childhood club Newell’s Old Boys, while Manchester City was touted as a possible destination for the Argentine earlier in the season after a series of high-profile disagreements with members of Barcelona’s hierarchy.
Messi shared a tweet from a football news portal and singled out the Inter move and Ronaldinho bail money reports as “Lie No. 1’” and “Lie No.2” on Instagram.
On rumours of a possible transfer to his former Argentinian side Newell’s Old Boys, Messi said: “What they said about Newell’s Old Boys a few weeks ago is also false, thank God no one believed them.”