Former Chelsea academy star Miro Moheim is set to take the most likely sponsorship ambassador role after breaking club rules in Germany.
Leading bathroom retailer Victorian Plumbing has approached Moheim as the new ‘toilet comfort chief’ after he was left out of Germany’s second-tier team Hamburg for spending too much time in the bathroom.
Moheim revealed that coach Tim Walter left him out of last weekend’s Bundesliga match after arriving late for training last week due to spending too much time on the toilet.
The Swiss full-back spent four years with Chelsea after joining Zurich in 2014 but failed to make a first-team appearance once, before leaving for St Gallen.
Moheim, 24, joined German second-tier side Hamburg earlier this summer but was left out due to their home win over Fortuna Dusseldorf on Saturday.
Moheim told a British news site: “I got to the training ground late because I was on the toilet and forgot the time.
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“The manager immediately told me after my late arrival that I was not going to start the match. I accepted it, because I had made a mistake – but it was as if I was feeling the same thing.
“I learned my lesson. I won’t be late anymore. This was a one time and never again. I was ashamed.”
Miro Moheim spent four years with Chelsea after joining from Zurich in 2014 before leaving for St Gallen.
This season, he played for German second-tier team Hamburg, but was disqualified due to his home match and the win over Fortuna Dusseldorf.
He has helped the fallen Bundesliga giants climb to the top of the second tier in Germany this season, starting almost every game.
But coach Tim Walter ruled out the left-back on Saturday to face Fortuna Dusseldorf.
The Swiss full-back has been contacted by British brand Victorian Blooming, who has been up front by celebrity designer Lawrence Llewellyn Bowen, to gauge interest in its new campaign, which was launched during this year’s Premier League season.
Joe Pascoe, Chief Marketing Officer, Victorian Plumbing commented: “We can confirm an approach with Miro Muheim to help launch a new campaign later in the year because we firmly believe that the best people who represent our brand are the ones who love time on the toilet.
“We also think that when one toilet door closes, someone might open a window…opportunity.”