Adam Johnson ‘shunned by ALL Football League clubs who refuse to go near paedo winger’ as he’s released

PAEDO footballer Adam Johnson faces being shunned by English football following his release from prison today.

Every League One and League Two side within commuting distance of his Co Durham home have reportedly confirmed they will not go near the shamed winger.

Footie paedo Adam Johnson is released from prison on Friday morning
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Dave Johnson left HMP Moorland in Doncaster early on the morning his footballer son Adam was due for release
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Johnson, 31, is due to leave HMP Moorland near Doncaster on Friday after serving half his six-year sentence.

His dad Dave was today seen in a black Mercedes van coming out of the prison just after midnight.

Although Johnson could not be seen, the blacked-out van was later spotted pulling into the paedo footballer’s Co Durham home at around 2am.

The former Sunderland star, who groomed, kissed and touched a 15-year-old girl, may not even ever play in England again, according to one club chief exec who spoke to the Daily Mail.

It reports that he may not even have a future as far abroad as China – who have previously snapped up former Premier League stars for eye-watering sums – because of strict visa requirements.

Hebei China Fortune, managed by former Wales boss Chris Coleman, has also reportedly ruled out signing Johnson.

The ex-England star was sent to prison after grooming a 15-year-old girl
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Adam is no longer with Ayla’s mother Stacey Flounders
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Leaked prison footage obtained by The Sun of the ex-Manchester City star showed how he was considering a move abroad.

He told his fellow lags: “I’ve got more chance abroad, you can’t get a second chance in England.”

But similar restrictions on players with criminal records will also hamper his chances in the US, Australia and the Middle East.

The claims come as The Sun reveals Johnson will be banned from being alone with his daughter after his prison release.

A social worker will monitor the ex-England player while he is with Ayla, four.

Johnson was jailed for six years at Bradford crown court in May 2016.

It heard he deleted 800 messages between him and his victim – who he is also banned from contacting.

Judge Jonathan Rose said he had caused the girl “severe psychological harm”.

Officials can demand Johnson surrender his phone — with a possible jail recall if he deletes anything without their knowledge.

The winger will also have to hand over his bank card details in case he accesses paid-for porn sites.

A source said: “Johnson will be treated like any other convicted sex offender. He’s a free man, but it comes at a heavy price.”

His licence conditions kick in this morning as soon as he leaves HMP Moorland near Doncaster, and will last until his full jail term ends in 2022.

He must wait 15 years before he can apply to come off the sex offenders register.


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