Former Nottingham Forest midfielder Guy Moussi has agreed to join Birmingham City on a short-term deal where all of his wages will go to charities of his choice.
The 29-year-old has been on trial at St. Andrews where he has impressed manager Gary Rowett enough to consider bringing him into the squad permanently.
However, although Moussi will only be contracted until January, his move has been making headlines after the Frenchman stated he will be donating his wages to four different charities.
Moussi’s money will go to Birmingham City Disabled Supporters Club, Stop Ebola.
The other two are charities close to Guy, one of which is a church, MIGDM (Mission Internationale des Querisons des Delivrances des miracles) in Paris and the final charity is the TEV Soma Charity raising money for the Soma Mine disaster in Turkey.
City fans will be hoping Moussi is as good at football as he is charity as their club lies 23rd in the Championship with only three wins from their opening 17 matches.