Man City express "disappointment" after Benjamin Mendy breaks Covid-19 rules after He hosted a party on New Year's Eve - Report Minds Man City express "disappointment" after Benjamin Mendy breaks Covid-19 rules after He hosted a party on New Year's Eve | Report Minds

Man City express "disappointment" after Benjamin Mendy breaks Covid-19 rules after He hosted a party on New Year's Eve

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Pep Guardiola will not be happy lose another player to Covid-19 as the Spanish coach squad have been reportedly hit by the deadly virus. 


If you recall that Manchester City's clash against Everton was postponed due to Covid-19 outbreak in the City's squad. 

It was gathered that the training ground was closed for days until they reportedly opened it days ago. 

Guardiola's side are set to travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea on Sunday evening. Ahead of the game, it's been gathered that five players in the Manchester City squad will miss the game due to self-isolation after they tested positive for coronavirus. 

Earlier last week, Gabriel Jesus and Kyle Walker tested positive for coronavirus but the remaining three players are yet to be revealed. 

But Manchester City have come out to express their disappointment in their defender, Benjamin Mendy after he flouted Covid-19 rules. 

According to the Sun, Benjamin Mendy reportedly hosted a New Year's Eve party, which he went against the Covid-19 guidelines. 

Manchester City have released statement condemning the action of their star player. 

The statement which was released on Sunday reads: "While it is understood that elements of this incident have been misinterpreted in the reports, and that the player has publicly apologised for his error, the club is disappointed to learn of the transgression and will be conducting an internal investigation."


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