- Danny Drinkwater's restaurant has racked up debts of £2m in just a year
- The restaurant is situated in the city of Manchester and is one of the best
- Drinkwater is currently playing on loan for Premier League side Aston Villa
One of the finest restaurant in Manchester known as foodwell belonging to Chelsea star Danny Drinkwater has reportedly racked up debts of nearly £2million in just one year.
This will be a disappointing one for the English professional footballer who currently plays for Aston Villa on loan as his aim of getting another income aside football is not going on well.
The restaurant are combining wholesale food distribution and also fitness classes according to the report on UK Sun.
Foodwell according to the report has liabilities of £1.7 million and cash reserves of just £8,435 which the owner is said not to be happy about.
More than 45 people are also said to be working for Danny Drinkwater at the restaurant in Manchester.
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But it is not yet known the decision the England international will make on the activities of the restaurant based on the latest debt.
In March, Danny Drinkwater was sent home from Aston Villa training after having a bust up with a team mate which made the coaching crew angry.
Meanwhile, Danny Drinkwater and his teammates at Aston Villa are currently battling against relegation on the Premier League table.
Aston Villa have not been impressive this season in all competition as their fight of escaping relegation will continue when the League resumes.
Chelsea who are his parent club are occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings as Lampard and his wards aim to qualify for the Champions League.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how an unnamed Premier League side have reportedly suggested that the suspended 2019/20 season be completed in China due to the fear and threat of coronavirus in England and Europe.
The Premier League has been on suspension since last month after the coronavirus bug became more deadly killing many people in Europe.
And after Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi contracted the virus, the Premier League board were forced to put an hold on this season's campaign.
Already, there have been reports that 18 Premier League clubs have already made it clear that they want the season to be completed so as for a true champions to be emerged.
And according to the report on Givemesport, a club has already proposed that all the 20 clubs be flown to China where the season can be concluded.
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