The defender posted a photo on Instagram after receiving a haircut where he poses with what appears to be a barber.
He was later criticized for the situation in the UK, but got out of the fighting.
Aurier said on Instagram: “My hairdresser is negative and so am I, so stop talking and put on masks and gloves when you come to take pictures at the training center, this is also part of the rules. “
The Tottenham team resumed training on Tuesday with strict measures taken to ensure safety.
The tastes of Jan Vertonghen, Lucas Moura and Hugo Lloris were shattered as they entered their Enfield base.
But despite Aurier’s defense, a spokesman for the North London club said, “We are investigating the circumstances and will handle the incident appropriately.”
Aurier has already been caught flouting the lock rules when he and Moussa Sissoko met to train.
They apologized and donated to the NHS, stating, “We apologize for not setting a good example here. We must all follow government advice to minimize the number of lives lost during this pandemic. “
Manager Jose Mourinho was also criticized last month when he supervised a session involving Tanguy Ndombele in a park.
Davinson Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon were also seen running together.
Tottenham’s first game should be against Manchester United when the Premier League resumes.
North London is seven points behind Chelsea, fourth, as he seeks a place in the Champions League.
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