Fancy sharing a house with a footballer for a few weeks?
Well that's the plea being made by AFC Wimbledon as they seek to add new faces in the January transfer window.
The League Two side are operating on an extremely tight budget - largely restricted to bringing in loan signings - so much so that they are struggling to provide accommodation for incoming additions.
However, the club has come up with an unorthodox solution to this predicament: they have asked fans of the club to provide living space for new players brought into the club this transfer window.
A statement on the club website read: "The club is looking to put together a register of people who can provide lodgings for players on loan at AFC Wimbledon.
"If you have a spare room in your family home and live a reasonable distance from AFC Wimbledon, based in Kingston upon Thames, then we would like to hear from you."
They will presumably be hoping for a quick response, as they have already brought in striker Charlie Wyke on a loan deal from Middlesborough.
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Wimbledon, managed by Neal Ardley, are currently comfortably clear of the League Two relegation zone and sit 14th in the table having amassed 31 points from 24 games so far this season.
Following Saturday's 3-0 victory over Wycombe at Adams Park, the Dons host struggling Torquay United next weekend.
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