James Madison, Dele Alli, and Jack Grealish ignore Covid-19 guidelines as they party in Ibiza.

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Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli, Leicester’s James Maddison, and Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish ignored all Covid-19 rules as they were spotted partying in Ibiza, Spain.

The English players were seen gathering and huddled together around friends as they did not appear to practice social distancing by the pool on the Spanish island in Ibiza.

Alli, who had a red cap, black trunk, and stylish glasses, Leicester City James Maddison chose to wear red swimming shorts, and Aston Villa Captain Jack Grealish had a black hat and white pants.

They basked under the sun on the sun lounger as they gathered in clusters and beer all round as they partied away.

The UK had earlier advised on its Foreign Office website stating that social distancing and other measures should be observed “at all times.’ in public spaces in Spain

The country in recent times saw a spike in coronavirus infection after the ease of lockdown in June- recording a new high for daily infected cases.

Aston Villa captain earlier in the year had been criticized for flaunting governments rules during the Covid-19 pandemic, as the winger crashed his 70,000 Range Rover after partying at a former teammate’s flat in March

While Tottenham midfielder was under the spotlight during the lockdown as he mocked an Asian man over the coronavirus in February. The players are seen as role models by young people across the country who issued an apology and were fined accordingly.

The trio jetted off to Spain after the English Premier League campaign ended, with the restart of the league in the coming weeks and pre-season set to start soon.

However, the players will have to be quarantined for two weeks when they return to the UK under a new strict guideline put in place in Spain last Saturday.

While all three appeared to be in good spirits, Maddison was seen sporting a bandage on his left hip following recent surgery.

Maddison was seen with a strap on his left hip as he recovers from a recent surgery. The 23-year-old was unavailable for Leicester’s end of the season fixtures as his team surrendered its top-four spot on the last day of the season, as he battled with a tendon issue.

James Maddison,23, was in the stands as the Foxes were defeated by Manchester United 2-0 at the King Power stadium. A loss which but confirmed their place in the Europa League next season along with Wolves and Tottenham.

On the other side, Tottenham’s Dele Alli played the last 20-minute of their 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park as they secured European football for next season, after recovery from a hamstring injury.

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