Former Newcastle United midfielder Nolberto Solano has been arrested after failing to deal with large debts which forced him into bankruptcy.
Solano was arrested at Manchester Airport by Greater Manchester Police on February 27 and appeared at Leeds County Court the following day.
Solano's KPMG bankruptcy trustee David Standish said: "The arrest of a bankrupt is a draconian step and an option we would only ever consider as a last resort.
"We have become increasingly concerned by Mr Solano's failure to co-operate with our enquiries and the administration of the bankruptcy estate.
Assets outside the jurisdiction which cannot be seized include vehicles, books, clothing and furniture, but these can be sold off to contribute to the cost of the debts.
Solano was released on February 28 pending a further hearing.
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