Manchester City star Kyle Walker set to be handed £240,000 by Premier League holders after partying with two sex worker during COVID 19 lockdown.
The 29-year-old England international has made 29 appearances for Pep Guardiola side across all competitions during the 2019-20 season, which is delayed indefinitely because of the pandemic outbreak in the UK after more than 40,000 people infected and killing over 4,000 and has resulted in lockdown measures that place significant restrictions on civil liberties.
Walker and his friend invited the two women to his apartment on Tuesday evening, just hours after he told his 1.5 million Twitter followers to strictly observe the lockdown measures in place.
Louise McNamara, 21, claims she left Walker’s flat at around 2am on Wednesday morning and said she was paid £2,200 in cash.
According to The Times, Walker now faces a fine from Manchester City which could be up to two weeks’ salary worth around £240,000.
Former Tottenham Hotspurs right-back 48 capped England career is over despite he issued an apology for his actions as it’s claimed that Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate will never call-up the defender again after his sex party fiasco last week.