Everton to hit Moise Kean with heavy sanctions as punishment for flouting lockdown rules – Liverpool Echo,

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Everton are ready to fine Moise Kean after he flouted coronavirus lockdown rules by hosting a party at his home.

The Blues say they are “appalled” by Kean’s actions, which came to light in a national newspaper on Saturday evening, and the 25 – year-old is now expected to be hit with heavy club sanctions.

Everton issued a statement last night, in which they described what Kean did as “completely unacceptable” and that in a conversation with the player yesterday, “strongly voiced its disappointment”.

The party is said to have been thrown at his Cheshire home last weekend.

A fine is now heading Kean’s way and though the Blues are unlikely to make the extent of the punishment public, breaches of discipline could result in the £ m signing losing two weeks’ wages, in the region of £ , 20.

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Any money that Everton Fine Kean may be directed straight to Everton in the Community who, through the Blue Family, campaign are helping thousands of vulnerable or at risk people during the lockdown caused by the coronavirus.

Kean is the latest Premier League player to break the government social distancing rules after both Kyle Walker and Jack Grealish were forced to issue apologies for breaches, while Jose Mourinho and a number of Spurs players were caught training despite the guidelines.

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