This article is entirely fictional and hypothetical, so don’t reach for your lawyer…
In the interest of defamation this list is completely conjectural. Whoever smelt it dealt it will be the consensus if we’re accused of libel. Time to get started with our list of PGA Tour guys most likely to wind up next to a stranger.
Manchester City paid Schalke 04 a whopping £37 million to acquire Leroy Sané this past offseason. The son of rhythmic gymnastics champion Regina Weber and Senegalese international footballer Souleyman Sané, the 20-year-old truly has championship lineage.
Gerson Santos da Silva Mosqueda, known simply as "Gerson" is a Brazilian attacking midfielder currently with Roma in Serie A. The Italian club paid Brazilian side Fluminense around €15 million for the 19-year-old in early 2016.
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Born in Amuda, Syria near the Turkish border, Mahmoud Dahoud was taken to Germany as an infant by his parents to escape the Assad regime. Currently with Borussia Mönchengladbach, the 20-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Liverpool.
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A serial womaniser. "I’m some what of a nympho anyways, I don’t know I just love it,” he once said, before claiming he and second wife Bettye Fulford once did it ten times in one day.
“Well if I had to choose between this and my wife, I’d miss her.” With a name like Player...just kidding, he's been happily married for years.
Standing 6'5, Gianluigi Donnarumma is the heir to Gianluigi Buffon's throne. Now 17 and a fully capped Italian international, this precocious man-child made his debut for Milan at just 16, making him the youngest keeper to ever start in Serie A.