LONDON (ENGLAND) – Tottenham allegedly opened an internal investigation into its defender Serge Aurier.
The footballer would be guilty of having broken the strict spacing rules required in England for the third time.
Yesterday Aurier posted a photo on Instagram that portrays him next to his hairdresser, Justin Carr, thanks to whom he sports a new haircut.
Players must not have any contact with people outside their family circle.
"We are investigating the circumstances and will consider the incident appropriately," Tottenham said in a statement released today.
The Ivorian is not the first violation of the rules of spacing: at the end of April, the former Paris-SG defender had posted a video on Instagram showing him, his masked face, making short sprints and then sitting next to his partner of team Moussa Sissoko, without respecting the safety distance.
The two players later apologized in a press release and made a donation to the British health system.
Two weeks earlier, Aurier himself had already filmed himself jogging side by side with a friend.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho himself broke the rules in early April by meeting many of his players in a park without respecting distances. (source ANSA).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano