By Sami Mokbel and James Robinson for MailOnline
Published: 13:05 BST, 7 September 2020 | Updated: 13:21 BST, 7 September 2020
England stars Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden face being kicked out of the squad after they were filmed bringing girls into the team hotel in Iceland - breaking strict coronavirus quarantine rules.
The young Three Lions pair will not travel with their team-mates to Denmark today after footage emerged of the pair bringing girls back to the hotel.
The images, published by Icelandic outlet DV days after the pair made their senior international debuts in a win over Iceland on Saturday, appear to show Foden and Greenwood, disregarding strict protocols put in place to ensure Covid safety among the players.
England's squad was given an exemption from Iceland's quarantine rules, which mean all foreign travellers have to quarantine for 14 days - regardless of how long their stay in the country is.
Instead, Gareth Southgate's men were banned from meeting anyone outside of their bubble and were only allowed to go to their training facilities and the match while in the country.
A Snapchat clip released by DV appears to show England youngsters Phil Foden (pictured) and Mason Greenwood in a hotel room with female company
Phil Foden (left) and Mason Greenwood are both heading home after breaking quarantine rules
Foden and Greenwood (pictured with Gareth Southgate) made their senior debuts this week
Foden, above with Man City boss Pep Guardiola, has a two-year-old son and a girlfriend
Iceland has strict rules on quarantines for incoming travellers.
As of August 19, all travellers from risk areas to Iceland that enter the country are obligated to go into a 14 day quarantine.
This is regardless of duration of the intended stay in