Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness says his club are supporting their defender Breno following his release from police custody.
The Brazilian was being held on suspicion of deliberately starting a fire which completely destroyed his home in the Bavarian city and he was released on bail last week.
He has since been living in a home provided to him and his family by the Bundesliga club and Hoeness says they are doing all they can to help him, both on and off the field.
"FC Bayern Munich have found a house for him and he is living there with his family,'' Hoeness told Sport1.de.
"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.''
Breno, 21, has yet to make an appearance this season as he continues to recover from a cruciate knee ligament injury which cut short his loan spell with Nurnberg last season. He has made only 21 appearances for Bayern since joining them in 2008.