Ayoze Pérez organizes a party at her house, breaking the rules

Ayoze Pérez will return to training with Leicester this Wednesday, after coach Brendan Rodgers has ended the punishment imposed on the Spanish striker, along with his teammates Maddison and Choudhury, for organizing a party, bypassing anti-Covid protocols. The spree, which was attended by 18 other people, had taken place at the home of Ayoze Pérez after the loss to Manchester City last April 3.

Brendan Rodgers accused his players of disrespecting British citizens in full confinement of the country, Y He prohibited them from training last week, in addition to having left them out of the call for the meeting last Sunday against West Ham. This Wednesday they will return to work with the rest of their colleagues, according to reports The Telegraph, and will be available for Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Southampton.

During the weekend, a rumor emerged on social networks that several footballers had organized an illegal party. However, it was the Leicester coach himself who confirmed the incident: “I was bitterly disappointed. This is something bigger than football. We must respect what the nation is suffering and we have to respect what our values ​​are within our club. My goal when arriving at Leicester was to create a level on and off the field and this is well below what we expect, especially at a time of the season when we are in full challenge. The punishment was to miss the game. They knew what the consequence was and now we draw a line. They rejoin the team and we prepare for the next weekend. “

Leicester, meanwhile, issued a statement: “The club has made its expectations regarding compliance with the Covid-19 protocols very clear to all of its staff. Therefore, it is very disappointing to learn of a violation that could undermine the club staff's efforts to protect the environment in which they are our teams train and play. “