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Kyle Walker will remain at Manchester City despite a chaotic few months off the pitch. City have already captured signed Nathan Ake and plan to bolster their defence further but Walker will still be a part of Pep Guardiola’s backline.
The 30-year-old was reprimanded by City for flouting lockdown regulations by hosting a £2,000 sex party with escorts. The right-back was forced to make a public apology after it came to light but just weeks later broke rules again three times in 24 hours by travelling from his house in Prestbury, Cheshire, for a party at his sister’s house in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
Walker opened up on his mental health troubles back in May after addressing his controversial behaviour around breaching Government rules. Since football has returned, the former Tottenham defender has been in fine form on the pitch and recently helped Guardiola’s men beat Real Madrid to reach the Champions League quarter-final against Lyon on Saturday.