Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has denied allegations that England full-back Kyle Walker indecently exposed himself in a bar.
Following the allegations in the Sun newspaper, Cheshire Police launched an investigation.
The police department stated that they were “aware of a video circulating on social media” of an alleged incident in Wilmslow on Sunday, but no arrests had been made.
Walker, according to the PA news agency, is contesting the allegations.
Both Walker’s agent and City declined to comment.
When asked about it ahead of City’s Premier League trip to Crystal Palace on Saturday, Guardiola said: “It is a personal matter. We work it out with him internally. This is not the place to discuss personal matters.”
Walker, 32, joined Manchester City from Tottenham Hotspur six years ago in a £45 million transfer.
He has made 73 appearances for England, including two World Cup finals.
Guardiola responded when asked what advice he gives to younger players: “They are already aware of it. When you open the door at home, you have to be aware that whatever you do will be recorded; it’s a part of society.”