According to The Sun, the loaned midfielder Aston Villa’s FoodWell store started off badly, with company house records showing he has £ 1.7 million in liabilities.
In terms of actual cash reserves, the accounts filed on March 17 represent only £ 8,435.
Located in Stanley Street, Salford, the restaurant’s goal is to guarantee a “real work / life balance” according to co-founder Christian Coates in an interview with Manchester Evening News in 2018.
Marketed to young professionals, it aims to attract workers who are looking for a place to conduct their business during the week but go to a community center on weekends.
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The restaurant employs 45 people and has a four star rating on TripAdvisor with lots of good reviews on the website.
Companies House also has assets (inventory and equipment) of £ 725,962.
Drinkwater was signed by Villa on loan from Chelsea in January and made its debut in a 6-1 pounding by Manchester City at Villa Park.
The 30-year-old was sent home after training by head coach Villa Dean Smith last month after being involved in a fight with teammate Jota.
He has not been involved in the last two Premier League games, ending as an unused replacement.