Premier League stars head to Ibiza despite strict quarantine rules in England

Alli, Maddison and Grealish are among those not respecting social distancing on the island

Lavezzi, por su parte, también recibió a otros futbolistas de la Premier
Lavezzi, por su parte, también recibió a otros futbolistas de la Premier | sport

Ibiza and summer are synonymous with holidays. And with the Premier League finished, various footballers have headed to the island to disconnect after an unusual season.

Dele Alli, James Maddison and Jack Grealish have all been photographed in Ibiza this week -- and none of them were respecting social distancing rules. 

Recent rules brought in in the United Kingdom say you must respect social distancing at all times while in Spain, but all three were caught huddled with friends, drinking beers and enjoying themselves. 

The trio, who play for Tottenham, Leicester City and Aston Villa respectively, will have to quarantine for two weeks when they return to England due to new measures in place for people visiting Spain. 

Alli and Grealish have already courted controversy during the coronavirus pandemic. Alli was banned for a game for making fun of an Asian tourist for a video for social media in February, while Grealish was involved in a traffic accident after breaking lockdown rules earlier this year to go to a party. 

Elsewhere, former player Ezequiel Lavezzi uploaded a photograph on Instagram with Tottenham trio Eric Dier, Erik Lamela and Giovani Lo Celso, in addition to Watford's Maxi Pereyra and a number of other friends on a boat not respecting the measures in place. 


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