Manchester City defender Kyle Walker is likely to be levied with a hefty fine by the defending Premier League champions. The UK has been under complete lockdown due to the spread of the coronavirus over the last month. However, the England international has been accused of breaching Premier League coronavirus regulations that have been put in place to avoid further spread of the pandemic.
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker reportedly attended an X-rated party with two escorts last Tuesday. It has been revealed that the Kyle Walker party was hosted by him at his private property, which was attended by Louise McNamara and another Brazilian woman. The women in attendance at the Kyle Walker party were reportedly paid £2,200 ($2,700) by the Manchester City defender.
It has been reported that Manchester City have taken a dim view of the Kyle Walker party reports which was attended by Louise McNamara. The Kyle Walker party reportedly took place just hours before he was part of a plea urging the people to follow social distancing measures to avoid the spread of coronavirus.
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has issued an apology after the matter came to light. Amid the reports of the Kyle Walker party with Louise McNamara, the defender claimed that he wished to apologise for the choices he made last week. He asserted that he was well aware of the fact that being a professional footballer, he was a role model to many. He went on to apologise to his family, friends, club, and the people for letting them down.
A Manchester City spokesperson has commented on Kyle Walker apology reports. He claimed that footballers are global role models. He continued by saying that the club has been supporting the amazing effort put in by the NHS workers. However, the spokesman said that Kyle Walker's actions have disappointed the club. He claimed that the club has taken note of the Kyle Walker apology statement but an internal inquiry will be conducted too.