LIVERPOOL (ENGLAND) – Moise Kean , bad boy of Italian football, is in trouble for violating the coronavirus quarantine.
The blue baby organized a party in his home, complete with lap dance and various gatherings (in the face of social distancing …).
Everton was horrified by his behavior and sanctioned him with a fine of well 160 thousand pounds .
It is not the first time that Kean has been the protagonist of behavior to be censored.
The former Juventus player was punished, at the time of the European Under-21 Championship , for arriving late for three consecutive days (as revealed by Zaniolo …).
That behavior cost Kean the exclusion from the matches of the Italian National Football Team .
Shortly thereafter, the former Juventus player was forgiven by the Azzurri and returned to the field against Ireland.
Not even the time to get back on the field that was the protagonist of another stunt : he got foolishly thrown out leaving his team in ten men.
Kean is also recognized in England, Everton ready to punish him for violating the coronavirus quarantine.
Bad figure for the ex Juventus player Moise Kean, currently in force at Everton, for having violently violated the rules of social distancing also foreseen in Great Britain to stem the pandemic in progress.
The player, who also dressed in the blue shirt, in recent days has posted on a social, sharing it in a private group, a video recorded in his home, during a party, with friends and girlfriends dancing.
But some frames of the video ended up on the pages of the Daily star causing a lot of controversy.
The club said it was "shocked and horrified by the news of a violation of government guidelines by one of its members.
We are disappointed, such actions are unacceptable. The doctors are doing an extraordinary job and the best way to show him respect is to do everything possible to protect them. "
Kean apologized to the club but it was not enough for him to avoid the maxi fine we mentioned above.
Except for second thoughts which today seem unlikely, Kean should be sold in the next transfer market window (source Ansa).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano