Aston Villa midfielder Jack Jack Grelish and Ross Barkley have reportedly been caught violating current strict coronavirus rules.
On England the couple was filmed in a crowded restaurant in London with other visitors to Saturday’s party. And this is against the rules of level 2.
Those guidelines state: “You must not associate with anyone you do not live with or who is not in your support bubble in any enclosed environment, whether at home or in public.”
The couple traveled from Birmingham to celebrate Barkley’s 27th birthday. Birmingham is in Tier 3 and London in Tier 2.
The report in The sun claims the duo was spotted at the Bagatel restaurant. Then bring these quotes from someone else’s dinner.
“You would not think a global health pandemic was happening. They had arrogant fun without worry.
“Employees wore masks, but Grailistically and Barkley does not. “
Villa’s Premier League match against Newcastle was canceled this weekend. This was due to the Covid epidemic in the “magician” camp.
Grelish broke the rules earlier in the blockade
If the latest claims are true, this will be the second time Grelish has broken the rules of the quarrel.
Last month he admitted reckless driving in the first blockade. That was when he broke the ban on non-essential travel.
As early as March, he said: “I am old enough now and mature enough to know I was wrong.”
As for Saturday’s incident, the Sun quoted one Aston Villa a spokesman, who responded to the new recording.
They were reported to have said: “After reviewing the footage sent to us on Saturday, it appears that two of our players living in Level 2 areas of the country were eating at a restaurant in a Level 2 location on Saturday afternoon during a weekend off “They left the restaurant at 7.45pm.”
If true, this would give the head of England Gareth Southgate further headache.
Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood were sent home when they broke Iceland’s lockout rules in September.
Southgate understands that young players make mistakes. But he can look at Grelis’ second offense somewhat poorly.