Ivan Toney released a statement after he pleaded guilty to 262 gambling charges.
The Brentford striker has found himself in hot water and could face severe punishment from the FA.
In his most recent statement, Toney addresses the potential punishment and isn’t too happy that the whole process has been made public.
‘I was shocked and disappointed to see press speculation yesterday and today about the FA investigation process concerning me after I have been told by the FA that it is a confidential process until any decision has been made,’ Toney wrote on Instragram.’ the statement reads.
‘It is especially disturbing for me to read that the FA is saying I shall be banned from football for six months before there has even been a hearing and it does make me worried about the process.
‘My lawyers will be writing to the FA to request that they conduct a leak inquiry, as this is the second time stories have appeared in the newspapers – the last time was just before the selection for the England World Cup squad.
‘As I continue to be told the investigation is meant to be confidential, I am unable to provide any further comment and shall continue to concentrate on my football.’