Revealed: What the club did to the Chelsea players who defied lockdown rules

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Chelsea duo Callum Hudson-Odoi and Fikayo Tomori were both accused of breaking Covid-19 rules in the month of October.

According to the Daily Star, Hudson-Odoi dined with pals and team-mate Fikayo Tomori in a restaurant in late October despite Callum Hudson-Odoi having tested positive for coronavirus already in March.

The report went on to claim that Hudson-Odoi filmed a ‘get-together’ that broke the latest lockdown restrictions.

The ‘night out’ is said to have occurred in a swanky West London establishment where Hudson-Odoi and Tomori were seen partying.

Chelsea didn’t release an official statement about the situation at the time, but Sky Sports have now reported that the pair have apologised to the club, claiming that they weren’t aware of the exact regulations at the time.

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