Leicester City striker, Jamie Vardy has joined the league of football club owners after investing in US-based team, Rochester Rhinos.
Vardy purchased a minority stake in Rochester Rhinos, which has not played a competitive game for the past four years.
The New York-based club made this known in a statement via their Twitter handle.
The statement read: “The Rochester Rhinos are delighted to announce that Premier League star Jamie Vardy has become a co-owner of the club.
“The Leicester City striker has bought a minority stake and is excited by the prospect of being part of a journey that puts the Rhinos and Rochester back on the map after a 4-year hiatus.
”We are delighted that Vardy has chosen to join us as a co-owner.”
Vardy, 34, has been prolific for Leicester City so far.
He guided the club to finish fifth position on the Premier League table last season.