- Mason Greenwood has deleted his twitter account to avoid backlash from fans
- The 18-year-old was expelled from the England camp after breaking social distancing rules
- Man United have condemned the behaviour of their striker, stating he was disrespectful
Mason Greenwood has deleted his social media account to avoid being reprimanded by fans after he was sent back home from England camp.
The Man United star who made his debut for the Three Lions in their 1-0 win over Iceland breached coronavirus rules with his teammate Phil Foden.
Both Greenwood and Foden who allegedly met with two women in another area of the hotel have returned to England from their base in Iceland.
The English FA have launched an investigation into the matter and United and Man City have condemned their acts as disrespectful and inappropriate.
The pair have also been fined £1,360 each from Icelandic police for a legal breach of Covid restrictions and now face further punishment by England boss Gareth Southgate and the FA.
Greenwood, 18, enjoyed a debut season in the Premier League under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he scored 17 goals in all competitions and fought his way into the Red Devils' starting XI.
The academy graduate who wore the No.11 jersey at United at No.23 for England is yet to speak after he was expelled from the national team.
United have ready released a statement blaming the striker for his misconduct while on international duty.
"Manchester United are liaising with the Football Association and are disappointed with the actions of Mason Greenwood over this situation."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden have received backlash from their respective clubs after breaking the coronavirus rules while on international duty.
Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate have sent both players home and refused them to have any contact with other members of the squad.
Manchester United and Man City released a statement condemning the act of Greenwood, 18, and Foden, 20, as disappointing and inappropriate.
Legit.ng have also reported that 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.
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