England and Chelsea forward Callum Hudson-Odoi was reportedly arrested on Sunday after a woman called the police and an ambulance. Also Read - For Ronaldo, 'Messi is Number One' But Cristiano Not Even in His Top-Five List

“Police and London Ambulance Service were called at 03:53 hrs on Sunday 17 May to a report of an unwell woman,” the Metropolitan Police was quoted as saying by The Sun. Also Read - UK Government Gives Green Light to Sport Behind Close Doors From June 1



As per the report Hudson-Odoi is still in police custody while the woman was taken to a hospital. Also Read - English Premier League 2019-20 to Restart From June 17 After Three-Month Break Due to Coronavirus Pandemic: Report

The 19-year-old Chelsea star, who has had coronavirus, was reportedly meeting a model at his West London penthouse but was arrested when the police were called.



Hudson-Odoi has so far made 19 Premier League appearances for Chelsea and made his England debut last year.

The teenage footballer is highly rated by Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, describing him as world class.

His name is the latest in the list of high-profile footballers been caught breaching coronavirus lockdown.

Earlier, Kyle Walker (Manchester City), Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) and Oumar Niasse (Everton) were all chided for breaking lockdown regulations.

Walker has since apologised for his actions.

Premier League is hoping to resume the halted season behind closed doors with their hopes brightening after Germany’s Bundesliga returned this weekend.

However, not everybody is convinces of playing amid the health crisis with several players expressing their reservations.

According to the BBC, the clubs are planning to allow their players to start training from Tuesday in small groups pending a vote today.

If passed, players will start training in groups of five but it will require at least 14 of the 20 polling yes.