Arsenal star Thomas Partey ‘saw Covid’s rules ignored at an illegal party just hours after Gunners’ win against Brighton’ to toast the end of a miserable debut season for the £ 45m midfielder
- Arsenal star Thomas Partey is said to have broken Covid’s rules to attend a party
- The 27-year-old was reportedly caught on camera at a London nightclub
- The video appeared to show the £ 45 million man dancing with friends on Monday
- Arsenal is said to be taking the matter ‘seriously’ and MailOnline has reached out to the Premier League and representatives of Thomas Partey for comment.
Thomas Partey is said to have broken Covid rules to attend an illegal party after the Arsenal star was reportedly caught on camera at a bash in London.
According to The sunthe £ 45 million midfielder was featured in a video shared by a model on Snapchat at around 3am Monday, just hours after the Gunners ended their season with a 2-0 win over Brighton, in which Partey played the full 90 minutes.
The video appeared to show the 27-year-old dancing with friends in a busy nightclub next to maskless partygoers. The Premier League side is reportedly taking the matter ‘seriously’.
Waiters carried bottles of Dom Pérignon champagne with sparklers to the group with Partey, although there is no suggestion that the Ghanaian was drinking.
Thomas Partey is said to have broken Covid’s rules to attend a party in a London nightclub
The UK government’s Covid rules still prohibit the reopening of nightclubs and it is illegal to host parties or violate the strict rule of six.
Those attending parties of more than 15 people risk a fine of £ 800, while event organizers of more than 30 people can pay fines of up to £ 10,000.
The 44-second clip was reportedly shared by model Wiktoria Kowalczyk, 22, about her stories, which disappear after 24 hours.
The £ 45 million midfielder (R) was reportedly captured at a camera party with friends following The Gunners’ 2-0 win over Brighton on the final day of the Premier League season.
Nightclubs still banned from reopening under UK government Covid rules and Arsenal would take the matter ‘seriously’
An Arsenal spokesman said The sun: ‘We take this matter seriously.
‘All our players are regularly reminded of their responsibilities.
“We’re working on the issue internally and won’t say anything else.”
It has been a tough first season in English football for the Ghanaian, who moved to North London from Atletico Madrid.
Partey was hampered by injuries in his first season with Arsenal after joining Arsenal last summer
Partey started just 18 of Arsenal’s 38 best flying games, after being sidelined with a hip injury and then a hamstring injury, in one fell swoop for Mikel Arteta.
The Gunners finished the season in eighth place, missing European football for the first time in 25 years.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Arsenal and Partey for comment.