Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has expressed his displeasure after three of the club’s players broke COVID-19 rules by attending a Christmas party.
A picture circulating on social media shows Argentine striker Erik Lamela and Spanish defender Sergio Reguilon and Argentine midfielder Giovani Lo Celso all at the table.
In a statement, Tottenham said they were “not happy” with the incident and would take action against anyone caught violating the club’s rules.
“We are not happy – it was a negative surprise for us,” said Mourinho.
In a statement, Tottenham said they were “extremely disappointed” and “the matter would be dealt with internally”.
West Ham United have also condemned Argentine striker Manuel Lanzini for attending the London party.
Lanzini apologized in a message posted on his Twitter account on Saturday, saying he had “made a serious mistake” and that like any other culprit he also apologized to the club’s leadership.
“I take full responsibility for my actions, I know people have made difficult sacrifices to stay safe and I should be setting a better example” He said.
Lamela and Lo Celso missed Saturday’s 3-0 win over Leeds United at Hotspur, while Reguilon, who joined the club from Real Madrid in September, was left out. on the bench.
Source: Naija News