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Detective constable Jo Gordon from Kent Police said: "Throughout the course of the emails he sent, Simon Rouen demonstrated a very real desire to sexually abuse the child when he returned to England.
"Fortunately, through our proactive investigations we were able to identify the risk he posed to children and intercept him before any child could be abused.
Two other stars from Crewe Alexandra are helping police with their inquiries and are believed to have been interviewed as witnesses.
The three players, who have not been identified, were detained at around 4.30am.
The League One team had won a friendly 2-1 last night before the alleged assault.
The team has been staying at the plush Penventon Park Hotel in Redruth, Cornwall, for the past week as part of a pre-season tour.
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A spokesman for Crewe Alexandra said: "I can confirm some players have been arrested.