Bundesliga - Bayern helping Breno recover
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness says defender Breno is being cared for by his club following his release from police custody.
The Brazilian centre-back was released on bail at the end of last week after being arrested on suspicion of starting the fire that razed his house to the ground.
He is now living with his family in a house provided by Bayern, and Hoeness hopes the 21-year-old can recover from his cruciate knee ligament injury and get back playing as soon as possible.
Hoeness told sport.de: "FC Bayern Munich have found a house for him and he is living there with his family.
"He and his family are being looked after around the clock by people from FC Bayern so that he can prepare his comeback in peace and quiet.
"He is now trying to get healthy again.
"This week, we will start examinations to see what is wrong with his knee and, depending on what the results reveal, he will start training again."