Shamed England star Mason Greenwood is in more hot water - for holding rowdy house parties throughout the coronavirus lockdown at a secret address without the knowledge of his Manchester United bosses, MailOnline can reveal.
The young striker rented the three-storey property through Airbnb 'five or six times' during the pandemic where neighbours complained they were kept awake until the early hours by blaring music.
Now his club Manchester United are investigating amid claims the troubled star hosted his latest party on Friday August 28 – just eight days before he broke England team protocols by inviting the girls to the Saga Radisson Blu hotel in Reykjavik on September 5.
Greenwood, 18, yesterday issued a grovelling apology after being axed from England's squad for sneaking the two Icelandic women into the team hotel.
Mason Greenwood held six rowdy parties at this house (above) throughout the coronavirus lockdown, MailOnline can reveal
The 18-year-old was pictured today driving a brand new £58,000 Mercedes-Benz in Manchester after being kicked out of the England squad for breaching Covid protocols by sneaking two women into the team hotel in Iceland
Greenwood and England teammate Phil Foden (pictured together left) were sent home in disgrace after they smuggled an Icelandic model and her cousin into the Saga Radisson Blu hotel in Reykjavik on September 5
Nadia Sif Lindal Gunnarsdottir (left), 20, and her cousin Lara Clausen (right), 19, told how they spent the night with the England footballers after their debuts against Iceland, but said that the stars behaved 'like perfect gentlemen'
Sean McKay, who lives next door to the house Greenwood rented, which can sleep 13 people, said: 'Mason Greenwood has been holding these raucous parties down our road for months. He invites all these people round and the noise has been unbearable. I have been round there a number of times asking them to turn it down.
'The music can go on until 4am or 5am, keeping me awake with this deep booming bass. The house shakes and there's loads of raised voices and laughing.
'One night a group of kids were at the front door shouting: 'Mason Greenwood, we don't care who you are. You are a s*** footballer. Let us in or we'll break your legs.'
'I work normal hours and need to sleep. It's been a nightmare.'
Sean, 28, who works in advertising, went on: 'I know he's a young lad and I don't criticise him for having to party. But we are in a pandemic and most people are social-distancing. He clearly has not and somebody needs to speak to him.
'When I heard two England footballers were caught breaking social distancing rules, I knew one of them had to be him.'
He added: 'These young footballers have too much money and too much time. They need to learn the rules though like most of us have.
'All I want is for him to go away from my street and not to have any more parties so we can have some peace and quiet,' he added.
Sean was so incensed by the disturbance at the last party over the August Bank Holiday weekend he sent an email to property managers Urban Bubble in the middle of the night.
'It's now 12:47am Friday morning,' he wrote. 'And the loud music has returned with the same people hosting a party in the property next to ours. I've been round to ask them to keep the music quiet and they still haven't turned it down to an acceptable level. Food still keeps getting delivered to our house, this time turning up gone midnight.
'Whatever charges/punishments you are charging the owners,