Serge Aurier broke the lockdown rule for the third time and now he is expected to pay a fine of £ 140,000.
With the Ivorian forced to apologize after training with teammate Moussa Sissoko, Aurier has also been in the headlines for flouting the recommendations for social distancing in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
After sharing a video of him and his barber on Instagram the right-back has recently come under fire again, but Aurier has defended his decision to make a haircut.
However, they are not taking the matter lightly and are prepared to hand over a heavy fine to the defender, according to The Sun.
The report argues that after a series of cases involving lock-down infringements the manager’s side is worried about the credibility of the defender as well as the clubs.
Earlier with Tanguy Ndombele, Davinson Sanchez, and Ryan Sessegnon, a one-on-one training session was held.
This term Aurier played 33 times in all Tottenham competitions, recording two goals and seven assists.