Chelsea forward Tammy Abrahamche have apologised for breaking the Coronavirus rules after he hosted a party.
According to Sky Sports, The Football Association is investigating the party which was held to celebrate Abraham’s 23rd birthday and had more than six people in attendance.
“On Saturday evening I arrived home to find a small surprise gathering had been organised for me with family and close friends to celebrate my birthday,” Abraham said in a statement to Sky Sports
“Although I was totally unaware this was planned, I would like to wholeheartedly apologise for the naivety shown by all for the organisation and attending of this gathering.
“I recognise that I have a responsibility both in my professional and personal life to honour and respect the guidelines and deeply regret that this took place. All I can do now is learn from it, apologise to everyone and ensure it never happens again.
Also in attendance was Ben Chilwell and Borussia Dortmund forward, Sancho who was left out of Borussia Dortmund training due to a “respiratory illness” but has tested negative for coronavirus.
Abraham, Chilwell, and Sancho will not join their England teammates at St. George’s Park on Monday while the party is investigated.
The trio may risk missing England UEFA Nations League games against Nations League fixtures against Belgium and Denmark and a friendly against wales.