Suspended Brentford striker Ivan Toney was filmed with Wayne Lineker at a beach club in Ibiza.
The 27-year-old scored 21 goals in 33 appearances for Brentford last season before being handed an eight-month ban for betting.
He was also diagnosed with a gambling addiction after admitting to 232 offences.
Toney is now unable to play until January 16 and will not be able to train with his club until September.
The ban enraged both Bees boss Thomas Frank and England manager Gareth Southgate.
To add insult to injury, the Premier League’s social media team appeared to have removed him from a recent video showing last season’s biggest goals.
But the England international has apparently shrugged off that snub while enjoying his holiday on the Spanish island.
He posed alongside Lineker at O Beach Ibiza, with the pair also standing alongside legendary Eastenders soap opera actor Dean Gaffney and beach club owner Tony Truman.
Toney wore a plain white vest and shorts, with a turned-down hat and a chain around his neck.
It was Lineker, the brother of England legend and Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker, who shared the photo on Instagram, captioning it “Stand up Gaff”.
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This comes after FIFA 23 also recently removed Toney in the latest update, which has fans outraged.
Toney recently revealed his “biggest sentence” was worse than the ban as he described it as a “wicked” decision.
His allegations covered a four-year period between February 2017 and January 2021.
Back then, the striker played for Scunthorpe and Wigan – on loan from Newcastle – and then for Peterborough and the Bees.
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