Manchester United playmaker, Bruno Fernandes was angered by Mason Greenwood for his poor performance in training before Saturday’s 3-1 win against Everton.
The wonderkid was a late substitute in United Champions League loss to Istanbul Basaksehir.
The 19-year-old was left out of United’s 18-man squad for the 3-1 win, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claiming the teenager was suffering with illness.
However, the Times claim that there’s a growing concern at the club over Greenwood’s application and Fernandes was said to be annoyed at the Greenwood for his refusal to run for a pass during a mini-match in Friday’s session.
It’s not the first time that Fernandes has been annoyed with one of his team-mates in training, as the Portuguese was caught shouting at new signing Alex Telles during a training session just a fortnight into his time at the club.
Greenwood is believed to have been given a ticking off for arriving late to training in October, while the striker was sent home from England duty for breaking Covid-19 protocols at the team hotel.
The teenager has been left out of England’s upcoming squad as punishment and he will spend the next fortnight in United training.
United maintain Greenwood’s performance in training was because the striker was feeling unwell.