The 29-year-old has reportedly broken the rules again only weeks after he held a sex party with two escorts.
Walker faces a £1,000 police fine for flouting Government guidelines on three occasions in the space of 24 hours, according to The Sun.
Manchester City and England defender Kyle Walker has found himself in hot water again
The outlet claims Walker travelled from his house in Prestbury, Cheshire, for a party at his sister’s house in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, and then went to his parents’ home in Sheffield.
The following day he reportedly went out cycling with a friend from his rented property in Hale.
Walker’s representatives declined to comment when approached by Sportsmail.
The 29-year-old has reportedly broken the rules again only weeks after he held a sex party with two escorts for which he later apologised for
The full-back breached lockdown instructions at the beginning of April and apologised for his actions.
It emerged the pair of escorts — who it is claimed were paid £2,200 — had been invited to Walker’s rented Cheshire property.
Walker said last month: ‘I want to take this opportunity to issue a public apology for the choices I made last week.
‘I understand my position as a professional footballer brings the responsibility of being a role model.
‘As such, I want to apologise to my family, friends, football club, supporters and the public for letting them down.’
Last month former England ace Wayne Rooney was also reportedly told off by police after he was spotted walking with neighbour Walker in the middle of Britain’s COVID-19 lockdown.
The Cheshire neighbours were both walking along Prestbury golf course with their families – flouting rules to only go outside with your own households.
Walker and Rooney are not the only football stars to be in the headlines for the wrong reasons amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish flouted Government instructions and was fined by the club after attending a party at a former team-mate’s flat, with the money donated to a hospital charity in Birmingham.
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish flouted Government instructions and was fined by the club
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho and some of his Spurs players were accused by the Government of ‘putting lives at risk’ after flouting social distancing regulations for a training session.
Mourinho oversaw a training session with midfielder Tanguy Ndombele on Hadley Common in Barnet. Footage also emerged of Davinson Sanchez, Ryan Sessegnon and Serge Aurier out running and similarly defying the rules.
Aurier also courted controversy by breaching the Government’s lockdown regulations for a second time during the pandemic to train alongside team-mate Moussa Sissoko.