Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham and new signing Ben Chilwell are currently being investigated by the Football Association (FA) for hosting and attending a birthday party.

Fellow England teammate, Jordan Sancho who plays for Borussia Dortmund in the German Bundesliga was also in attendance at the party. As precautions, the England national team have confirmed that all three players who attended the party may not feature in their upcoming international matches against Wales, Belgium and Denmark, as they have been instructed by the FA to delay their arrival for international duty.

The party was against the Coronavirus regulations in the United Kingdom which currently prohibit meetings of more than six people in social situations, but according to British tabloid approximately 20 people were at the party.

Borussia Dortmund player Jadon Sancho who was also at the party later issued an apology on his official instagram page after breaking Covid – 19 protocols when pictured at the party with fellow England teammates Tammy Abraham and Ben Chilwell.

Posting on Instagram, Sancho said: “I would like to apologize for breaking the government guidelines and although I was unaware upon arriving of the numbers attending, I take full responsibility for my actions.

“I will make sure moving forward that I learn from this.”

Sancho has featured in all three games for Borussia Dortmund so far this season, and has scored just one goal.