One MP said such actions must “stop immediately” as the top flight starts to resume training this week.
The star was blasted for taking a private jet to France where he hired a restaurant and invited pals to join him for cocktails last weekend.
HOAR revealed yesterday how the party then continued at a nearby flat just a short walk from from the Champs Elysees and Arc de Triomphe – in clear breach of the country’s strict rules.
Labour MP Chris Evans last night said: “This kind of behaviour by a small fraction of footballers has to stop immediately.
“Guidelines are in place for everyone to follow – no one is exempt from them and no one is a special case.
“Footballers have a very privileged lifestyle and must not use it to flout rules especially as they are idolised by millions of fans.”
It comes as Premier League stars will be told not to socialise with fellow players after training, we can reveal.
Sports medical directors discussed the issue ahead of clubs putting on social distancing sessions durintg talks.
Insiders said there was a “big responsibility” on them ahead of proposed start date for matches next month.
The call to all top sports stars comes after a string of top name stars have flouted government guidelines following the coronavirus outbreak.
Aston Villa ace Jack Grealish said he was “deeply embarrassed” after crashing his car after partying with pals.
Kyle Walker was forced to apologise after hosting a sex party with a pal and two call girls.
He later made a personal apology to Manchester City fans after he repeatedly broke lockdown rules.
Some players including Sergio Aguero and Danny Rose have made public their views over returning to playing.
Stars will have to avoid all contact when they first return and all training centres will have to be “suitably cleaned and disinfected”.
Professional sports bodies including Olympic and Paralympic sports all fed into the guidelines published by the government. Premier League matches could start again on June 19.
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