Andy Polo can’t take part in any team activities. (Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports)

Major League Soccer suspended Portland Timbers forward Andy Polo following allegations of domestic violence, the league announced on Thursday night.

Polo is prohibited from engaging in all team activities pending the outcome of the MLS investigation, the league said. MLS will remain in close communication with the Timbers and the MLS Players Association throughout the process.

In an earlier statement by the Timbers, the team said Polo had been removed from all team activities.

“MLS is conducting an investigation into the matter and will remain in close communication with the Timbers and the MLS Players Association throughout the process,” the Timbers said in a statement. “As this is an ongoing investigation, the Timbers will have no further comment.”

Polo, 27, plyaed in four games over 185 minutes for Portland in 2021.

The Peruvian has four seasons with the club under his belt.