Chelsea are set to issue a social distancing warning to their first-team stars after Marcos Alonso and Kepa Arrizabalaga breached protocol to take pictures with fans.
The Blues have seen a number of players and staff fail to comply with guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Callum Hudson-Odoi was arrested on suspicion of rape last Sunday after defying lockdown rules to invite a woman to his house, while Mason Mount was given a telling off after meeting up with West Ham midfielder Declan Rice to play football in March.
Two club coaches are also said to have been hauled in for contacting youth team players during the lockdown.
Chelsea will issue a social distancing warning to their players after Kepa Arrizabalaga and Marcos Alonso breached protocol to take pictures with fans
And according to the Evening Standard, Chelsea will remind players of their social distancing responsibilities after Alonso and Kepa posed for photos with fans.
The pair were reportedly approached by supporters in Hyde Park, where they turned a blind eye to social distancing regulations to take pictures.
Photos show the fans were too close to the players given the currently rules on staying two metres apart.
The Blues have seen a number of players and staff breach lockdown rules, including Callum Hudson-Odoi, who was arrested on suspicion of rape last Sunday
Kepa and Alonso’s antics are a cause for concern amid the Premier League’s plan to get the 2019/20 campaign back up and running.
If matches are to resume, top-flight chiefs will need to ensure Covid-19 positive figures are kept as low as possible for players and staff.
Frank Lampard was finally able to put his Chelsea players through their paces again at Cobham this week.
Mason Mount was also given a telling off for meeting up with Declan Rice to play football in March
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