- Bruno Fernandes has expressed disappointment with Greenwood over nonchalant attitude in training
- The Englishman was said to have refused to play with teammates during their sessions
- Fernandes was also furious with Red Devils stars despite their triumph over Everton
Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes was said to have expressed displeasure towards Mason Greenwood for his nonchalant attitude in training this week.
The teenage sensation was accused of refusing to pass to his colleague during one of their sessions and this angered the Portuguese.
Greenwood came on as a substitute during the Red Devils Champions League defeat to Istanbul Basaksehir but was hoping to start when they travelled to battle Everton at Goodison Park.
However, he failed to make Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's 18-man squad with the manager blaming his decision on the player's illness as reported by The Mirror.
The publication further stated that the 19-year-old has started showing some unpleasant concerns which have surely affected the youngster's recent performance in training.
It is not the first time the January 2020 signing has called his colleague out, with the former Sporting Lisbon star voicing his frustration at compatriot Alex Telles after just two weeks of his arrival.
Though, both Fernandes and Greenwood had no argument but the incident comes amid more general concerns about the teenager's application.
The youngster was reportedly issued a warning strike for coming to training late last month, weeks after he was sent home from national team duty for breaking coronavirus protocols.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Bruno Fernandes has called out his Man United teammates that they should try to be leaders on the pitch after their win against Everton.
The Portuguese midfielder rediscovered his form as he bagged a brace and assisted Edison Cavani at Goodison Park to get United back to winnings ways.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men suffered back-to-back defeats against Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League and Arsenal in the Premier League.
In the post-match interview with BT Sport Fernandes did not want his players to relax on the win as they go for the international break.
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