Mason Greenwood, Foden shun COVID-19 guidelines, caught bringing girls to England camp

Mason Greenwood, Foden shun COVID-19 guidelines, caught bringing girls to England camp

- Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden were spotted bringing girls into England's camp in Iceland

- The duo made their debut for the English national team in the UEFA Nations League encounter

- Raheem Sterling scored the only goal of the fixture from the spot-kick in the 91st minute

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Manchester United's Mason Greenwood, along with his national team colleague Phil Foden, risk being sanctioned after being caught on camera with bringing girls to the England team in Iceland.

Both youngsters made their debut in Three Lions' 1-0 victory over Iceland in last weekend's UEFA Nations League encounter.

Daily Mail quoting Icelandic outlet DV claims both players failed to honour the guidelines given to the players for their safety amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The duo may allegedly be in trouble with their country's FA for contravening their behavioural rules for players whilst on international duty.

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Mason Greenwood, Phil Foden shun COVID-19 guidelines, caught bringing girls to England camp

Mason Greenwood, Phil Foden during one of England's training sessions over the weekend. Photo Credit: Getty Images
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They have now been kicked out of the English national team camp while the rest of the team travel to Copenhagen and Denmark for another continental assignment.

City star Foden has a two-year-old son, but Greenwood was said to have parted ways with his model partner in May.

The 20-year-old was in Gareth Southgate's starting line-up against Iceland over the weekend, while the United player came in as a substitute.

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Both players were now part of the Three Lions team for their early morning training today and it is unclear what their punishment would be from the FA.

Daily Mail reports that Gareth Southgate would face the media on Monday, September 7, and he could be made to answer questions on the youngsters.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester City duo Riyad Mahrez and Aymeric Laporte are the latest football stars to test positive for the deadly coronavirus.

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The Citizens confirmed the latest development, adding that they were not showing symptoms and would self-isolate for a period of time.

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What this means is that they will most likely miss the Citizens opening Premier League fixture later this month.

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