Dele Alli, James Maddison and Jack Grealish were seen drinking beer in Ibiza after a break after Spain was put on the UK quarantine list.
But the English trio didn't seem to be social distancing when they crowded around poolside friends on the Spanish party island.
Tottenham midfielder Alli wore a red hat, black swimming trunks and round glasses, Leicesters Maddison opted for red swimming shorts and Grealish from Aston Villa wore a black hat and white trousers.
They soaked up the rays on sun loungers on the beach as they pushed back a beer and relaxed with a group of friends on the Balearic Island.
Travel advice on the Federal Foreign Office's website states that social detachment and other security measures in public space in Spain should "be followed at all times".
The country saw the largest increase in coronavirus infections since the blockade eased in June yesterday, beating the previous day's record.
The English trio seemed to be practicing no social distancing when they crowded around friends by the pool on the Spanish party island
Tottenham midfielder Alli wore a red hat, black swimming trunks and round glasses, Leicesters Maddison opted for red swimming shorts and Grealish from Aston Villa wore a black hat and white trousers
They soaked up the rays on sun loungers on the beach as they pushed back a beer and relaxed with a group of friends on the Balearic Island
Travel advice on the Federal Foreign Office's website states that social detachment and other security measures in public space in Spain should "be followed at all times"
Grealish was previously beaten up for ignoring government advice during the pandemic. The winger crashed his £ 70,000 Range Rover after attending a party at ex-teammate Ross McCormack's home in March.
Alli also came under fire during the ban when he mocked an Asian man about Covid-19 in February. Both players, who are adored by millions of teenagers across the country, apologized and were fined.
The three stars of the Premier League stormed to Spain shortly after the 2019-20 football campaign ended. Players are expected to return to pre-season training in the coming weeks.
They will have to be quarantined for two weeks if they fly back to the UK last Saturday night under new restrictions for Spain.
While all three appeared to be in a good mood, Maddison was seen with a bandage on her left hip after the last operation.
The 23-year-old missed the end of the Foxes season, in which he gave up a top 4 spot on the last day to treat an ongoing tendon problem.
Maddison had to watch from the bank how the Foxes lost 2-0 at home to Manchester United. This defeat brought Leicester next season to Tottenham in the Europa League.
Alli helped Spurs secure European football for next season after recovering from a thigh injury. In the 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park, he was substituted in the 80th minute against Crystal Palace.
Alli (right) and Maddison (left) drink by the pool while enjoying a well-deserved break from soccer after a busy season end
Maddison drinks a beer while relaxing with friends on a hot day on the Spanish island
The Premier League trio has a drink on a wet afternoon on the Balearic Island surrounded by friends
Meanwhile, Grealish is facing an uncertain summer when he returns with Manchester United to undertake after his exploits to help Aston Villa overcome the drop.
While Alli relaxed on the island, teammates Giovani Lo Celso, Eric Dier and Erik Lamela enjoyed a meal on a yacht on the banks of Ibiza with Watfords Maxi Pereyra and former PSG striker Ezequiel Lavezzi.
The Spanish Ministry of Health reported 3,092 new coronavirus cases yesterday. This was the biggest jump since a national ban was lifted in June and exceeded the record increase from the previous day.
Cumulative cases, including results from antibody tests on people who may have recovered, rose from 285,430 to 288,522, the ministry said.
The ministry said 1,525 infections have been confirmed within the past 24 hours – the highest daily increase since late April.
However, Fernando Simon, the government's oldest coronavirus expert, denied that Spain was affected by a second wave of infections.
"A second wave would be if we had an uncontrolled, widespread community broadcast," he said at a press conference.
The English stars Alli (left) and Maddison (right) pose together for a photo on vacation
Ezequiel Lavezzi (second from left) enjoyed a meal with the Tottenham trio Erik Lamela (third from left), Giovani Lo Celso (center) and Eric Dier (center right) on a boat off the coast of Ibiza
While acknowledging that the virus spread freely in some communities in northeastern Catalonia and Aragon, Simon said that most of Spain had the outbreak under control.
He also stressed that the Spanish epidemic had become far less fatal than at the beginning of April, when the daily death toll was approaching 1,000.
Only 10 people died in the past week, partly because the virus has spread to young people who are less prone to respiratory problems.
The Department of Health monitors 483 active clusters of the virus, defined as three or more interconnected cases spread across different households.
Around three quarters of the clusters comprise fewer than 10 people, Simon said, although some contain more than 100 infections.
Rising virus transfer rates have caused travelers to get stranded at the popular vacation destination, as many of them flew when the Spanish ban was relaxed and in some cases were resurrecting.
Vacationers were informed only five hours in advance on Saturday night that those returning from Spain – including its popular islands like Ibiza – would have to isolate themselves for 14 days after an increase in coronavirus cases.
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