Tottenham is expected to fine their Ivorian right-back for violating COVID rules for a THIRD time-as he ‘s released a picture of himself on Instagram having a barber haircut.
Spurs chiefs are furious with the £70,000-a-week defender for his latest infringement and are believed to consider handing him the maximum two-week wage fine possible.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Serge Aurier is set to pay a £140,000 fine for the third time violating the rules on lockouts.
In the aftermath of the coronavirus outbreak, Aurier was also in the headlines for flouting the social distancing guidelines, with the Ivorians forced to apologize after training with teammate Moussa Sissoko.
After posting a video of himself and his barber on Instagram, the right-back has recently come under fire again, but Aurier has defended his decision to make a haircut.
We aren’t taking the matter lightly, though, according to The Sun, and are prepared to fork over a heavy fine to the defender.
The study claims that the side of the management is concerned about the defender’s reputation as well as the club’s after a number of cases involving lock-down breaches.
Tanguy Ndombele, Davinson Sanchez, and Ryan Sessegnon have previously held one-on-one training sessions.
Aurier has appeared 33 times this season in all of the Tottenham competitions, posting two goals and seven assists.
It may also jeopardize his future at the North London club-but this depends entirely on the state of the transfer market when the window finally reopens after the coronavirus lockout.
The leadership of Tottenham ‘s impression that Aurier humiliated the club with his transgressions at the lockout.
He was first seen running with a boyfriend-before sharing another online pic with teammate Moussa Sissoko.
Spurs warned the pair of their potential behavior, and the disgraced duo gave groveling apologies and made a donation to the NHS.