Aurier has actually formerly been required to apologise two times for breaking lockdown guidelines
Last Updated: 20/05/20 2: 37pm
Tottenham are examining after Serge Aurier appeared to break social distancing guidelines for a 3rd time by getting a hairstyle in lockdown.
The 27-year-old right-back published a photo on Instagram on Tuesday night flaunting his makeovers and tagging the stylist – barber Justin Carr – in his post.
“Yes Sir @justscuts #LeCoiffeurEstBon??” Aurier composed.
A Tottenham declaration stated: “We are investigating the circumstances and will deal with the incident appropriately.”
Aurier has actually formerly been required to apologise two times for breaking lockdown guidelines, having actually published a video of himself keeping up a buddy, and likewise training with Tottenham team-mate Moussa Sissoko.
Both gamers apologised for “not setting the right example” by overlooking federal government suggestions and promised to make a contribution to the NHS.
Spurs were likewise criticised last month when head coach Jose Mourinho was seen taking a training session in a north London park with Tanguy Ndombele, while Davinson Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon were spotted running together.
Spurs were required to advise personnel about social distancing guidelines after Mourinho was visualized with Ndombele on Hadley Common in Barnet, north London.
Prior to publishing about his brand-new hairstyle, Aurier had actually shared a brief video of his go back to training on Tuesday as gamers started solo sessions for the very first time.
Aurier signs up with list of footballers to break guidelines
The Spurs protector is not the only Premier League gamer to break lockdown guidelines more than when. Manchester City protector Kyle Walker has actually broken social distancing standards two times.
He was reprimanded in April after it was extensively reported he held a celebration at his house.
The England protector likewise confessed misdeed previously this month after reports he visited his sis and moms and dads in Sheffield.
Arsenal gamers David Luiz, Alexandre Lacazette, Nicolas Pepe and Granit Xhaka were spoken with by the club for breaking lockdown standards in April.
The club informed Sky Sports they called the gamers after photos and videos emerged of them breaking federal government guidelines which were created to restrict the spread of the coronavirus.