WEST HAM star Manuel Lanzini has apologised for breaking coronavirus rules – and pledged to donate to a local foodbank.
The Argentine was pictured at a Christmas bash alongside fellow Premier League footballers Erik Lamela, Giovani Lo Celso and Sergio Reguilon last month.
West Ham star Manuel Lanzini has apologised for his actions over Christmas[/caption]
The Hammers condemned his actions in a club statement.
“The matter has been dealt with internally and Manuel has been strongly reminded of his responsibilities.”
The player himself posted at the time: “I want to apologise for a bad mistake I made over Christmas and I take full responsibility for my actions.
And repentant star Lanzini, 27, wants to go a step further in atoning for his actions.
Lanzini has featured three times for the Hammers since Christmas[/caption]
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“I will be making a donation to a great cause in the Newham Foodbank and I hope this can help them during a difficult time.”
Lanzini has featured in all three West Ham games since Christmas – starting versus Southampton and coming off the bench against Brighton and Everton.