It has been posted by afew French journalists on Twitter. PSG with afew injuries it seems so if the above is correct looks like they have called on him.
I have been thinking about this recently too and quite afew stick out;
Malen (PSV) - injured yes but could still see teams moving for him. His agent is also the infamous Riola and we know he never likes to turn down the opportunity for a payday.
Soumare (Lille) - seems he had alot of interest this past window but didn't want to move midseason. I wouldnt be surprised if prem teams go back in for him in the summer.
Jonathan David (Gent) - Excelling in the Belgian league. Reported interest in Jan and last summer but Gent rejected any advances for him, but I suspect he will want to step up soon.
Hwang (Salzburg) - A move never materialised in Jan. I suspect Salzburg probably had offers but didn't want to let their whole squad go half way through the season. He will leave at some point though, as will Daka and Szobsozlai because that's how their conveyor belt system works. They sell the starters on for big profits so they can make way for the next lot ready to come through.
Most mortgage companies look down on regular gambling I think. Many ask for bank statements to assess your spending habits so you are recommended to make sure that for 3 months prior to applying you refrain from depositing on gambling platforms so that there is no evidence of it on your bank statements.
Provided no activity is on the statements they wouldn't know about / how much you hold within in FI though, and I dont think you would have to tell them? Unless you plan on using any funds within FI as a deposit, but in which case I'd say just withdraw it and have it in your account as they will ask for proof of deposit anyway.
The only way I could see them knowing about FI without evidence on your bank statements is through FI credit checking you (I'm assuming they do this as part of their attempt to auto verificate). Perhaps then if they researched the company they may question you on it.
I'm not really sure it would be so 'easy', personally.
Firstly, FI's online age and verification FAQ states they don't accept PO boxes. so that would be out of the question. Furthermore, i'm pretty sure to open a bank account (atleast in the UK), you'd need to provide personal identification (ie passport) as well as proof of address (ie utility bill) so you'd possibly have to also go through further aggro of trying to obtain some kind of utility bill with your name on it and your overseas address despite not actually living there.
And above all else, i'm guessing FI are going to have thought that people may try this so are probably going to be being quite vigilant, cause lots of people joining up with English names as soon as they go live in Germany isn't suspect at all right? lol
RIP to those people who instant sold quality holds to get on Berge. I dread to think what deadline day is gonna do to the index after seeing that 🤢
But the whole thing sums up United. Some youth keeper is our January signing . Building for the future...10 years from now - Kindergarten FC 👌
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