By Oli Gamp For Mailonline
Published: 15:08 BST, 7 September 2020 | Updated: 16:24 BST, 7 September 2020
Manchester United and Manchester City have expressed their disappointment in Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden after the pair broke strict quarantine rules with England by inviting girls back to their hotel in Iceland.
Both players made their senior debuts for the Three Lions in the 1-0 Nations League win on Saturday, but have now been sent home by manager Gareth Southgate after images - published by Icelandic outlet DV - appeared to show Foden and Greenwood disregard strict COVID-19 protocols on Sunday.
The pair's conduct in bringing girls back also broke the FA's behavioural rules for players whilst on international duty.
Phil Foden (left) and Mason Greenwood are both heading home after breaking quarantine rules
Manchester United released a statement expressing their disappointment in Greenwood
In a statement, Manchester United said they were left 'extremely disappointed' by the behaviour of Mason Greenwood, who has enjoyed a breakthrough campaign with the Red Devils and had been rewarded with his first call-up.
Sportsmail understands United will wait for the facts to be established before deciding whether to take any disciplinary action against the 18-year-old.
The club believe that there will be no need for Greenwood to quarantine given there are no current travel restrictions with Iceland. They are, however, expected to make a decision over his return to training in due course.