A FORMER Czech Republic footballer is reportedly in hiding to escape from his former team-mates.
And his coach admitted people are “looking for him” because he allegedly owes around £880,000.
GettyAdam Hlousek has not been seen for weeks as he allegedly owes team-mates money[/caption]
As reported by Sportnet via Bild, Adam Hlousek, 34, has run out of money and his lawyers filed for bankruptcy last week.
But the Czech star – still under contract at Trinity Zlin – is accused of taking loans from his club team-mates – including £280,000 from Ondrej Celustka.
As a result, he is said to have gone AWOL to avoid paying back the cash and has not been seen for weeks.
Even his own manager at Trinity Zlin has no idea on Hlousek’s whereabouts.
Pavel Vrba said: “I don’t know where Hlousek is.
“On sick leave or on the beach in Brazil?
“I last saw him earlier this year.
“Someone is still looking for him, but it’s not me.”
The Bild report even adds that Hlousek’s furious team-mates have tried to “put him in the stadium car park” – possibly as a way of forcing him to repay the money.
Hlousek has made three appearances for the Czech top flight’s bottom club this season, last featuring for 90 minutes in the 3-0 win over Start Brno in the Mol Cup on September 14.
The defender previously had spells with Slavia Prague, Nurnberg, Stuttgart and Legia Warsaw.
He also made eight senior international caps between 2009 and 2015, including Euros and World Cup qualifiers.