MASON GREENWOOD has been told to train on his own at Manchester United for the next few days.
The forward, 18, returned to Carrington on Thursday for the first time since his England dream turned into a nightmare.
But he was told he must only arrive after boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his first-team squad had gone home.
Greenwood and Phil Foden were sent home from England duty after breaking the squad bubble in Iceland by inviting two girls to their hotel.
United insisted Greenwood should be given a coronavirus test earlier this week before coming back into the fold.
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He will not be involved in a friendly against Aston Villa this weekend.
And Solskjaer plans to hold talks with the youngster over his conduct, although he will not be disciplined.
He could still feature when United open their Premier League campaign against Crystal Palace on September 19.
Meanwhile Judd Trump has admitted it was “scary” to learn of Harry Maguire’s Greek nightmare.
Snooker’s world No 1 celebrated his 31st birthday with the United man in Mykonos, just hours before the defender was arrested.
Maguire, 27, was found guilty of verbal and physical assault, attempted bribery and resisting arrest, although his conviction was quashed and he is now awaiting a retrial.
Trump said: “I was very shocked when I saw what happened. It is a bit scary to see what can happen on holiday.
“The police can be strict and less tolerant than in the UK in some places.
“It’s very hard for me to believe what is reported to have happened.
“He was lovely to speak to and we chatted about snooker and football.
“Sometimes people want a headline or to try and bring you down.
“He said he doesn’t want personal security and stuff, but maybe these days that’s what you need to do. Sometimes you can be too famous.”
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