The Argentine striker of Juventus apologized for breaking the Coronavirus protocols by attending a meeting with some of his teammates.
According to the Italian newspaper La Stampa, police were called to Weston McKennie's home on Wednesday to disrupt a party attended by up to 20 people.
It is also alleged that Arthur was present at the party and that all three players face heavy fines and possible suspension for breaking the rules.
I know that in such a difficult moment for the world with COVID it would've been better not to make a mistake, but I was wrong to stay out to dinner,"
Paulo Dybala said.
"It wasn't a party, but I was wrong anyway and I apologise."