Former Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson could reportedly be locked up in a maximum-security prison alongside notorious child killers Ian Huntley and Levi Bellfield.
On Wednesday, Johnson, 28, was found guilty of one count of sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl and now faces multiple years in jail having previously admitted two further charges before the trial. He was also acquitted of another child sex charge.
Johnson was told by the judge at Bradford Crown Court that it was "almost inevitable" he would be going to prison and he was granted bail to say goodbye to his daughter before sentencing later this month.
According to PA, Johnson could be sent to nearby HMP Frankland in Durham, which houses 808 category A and B prisoners serving four years or more.
The prison has five-a-side pitches - one inside and a smaller one outside.