Did Hudson-Odoi come in contact with a coronavirus victim?

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Callum Hudson-Odoi was the first Premier League player who was confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19. But the 19-year-old quickly recovered from the virus and is back fit ahead of the season’s resumption.

However, Hudson-Odoi has now gone against lockdown rules, having been arrested on Sunday after a 4 am row with a model he met online and allegedly invited to her house.

According to The Sun, Hudson-Odoi is said to have met the woman online and asked her to visit his penthouse after exchanging a number of ‘flirty’ messages.

The Metropolitan Police said of the incident: “Police and London Ambulance Service were called at 03:53hrs on Sunday 17 May to a report of an unwell woman.”

Meanwhile, paramedics whisked the female away before police officers arrested Hudson-Odoi.

The woman was taken to hospital after complaining of feeling ‘unwell’.

At a time like this, Hudson-Odoi could face sanctions from the club for putting his life in danger and disobeying lockdown rules. The illness of the model hasn’t been ascertained, but there are fears that he may have come in contact with a possible coronavirus victim.

A resident in the neighbourhood told The Sun: “There have been a few gatherings happening but we didn’t know quite who was responsible. There are a couple of footballers in the building — but in the early hours of last night it all kicked off and the police were called.”

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