England youngsters Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden have now breached CoronaVirus quarantine rules by bringing girls in their hotel rooms, MySportDab reports.
The duo recently played for England in a Nations League match.
They also helped England beat Iceland 1-0, Raheem Sterling scored the only goal from the penalty spot.
But, According Icelandic Newspaper DV, they have videos from girls with Mason Greenwood and Foden.
In the video, Foden and Greenwood were wearing their England training kit and the players are now likely to face disciplinary actions from the FA.
MySportDab understands they were pictures from Sunday, after England’s win against Iceland.
DV said in a report: “In the videos obtained by DV one of the girls said: ‘Casual Sunday here with (name hidden). Who was she booking a hotel to meet?”
The second girl responded: “Mason Greenwood, I’m so nervous. Very nervous.“
Mason Greenwood and Foden have now both violated Iceland’s CoronaVirus rules.
The rules state the public must self isolate for at least five days on arrival into the country while sports players are given an exception.
Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden could face disciplinary action after footage emerged of the pair allegedly bringing girls back to the England team hotel in Iceland #mulive [mail]
— utdreport (@utdreport) September 7, 2020
“According to the rules of the exemption for sportsmen, the players are not allowed to meet anyone except their team members outside of the field and can only go to practices and games.“
The rules have been confirmed by Iceland’s national Football Federation.
According to sources, the footballers could not even meet with their families.
Manchester United star Greenwood ended his relationship with model Harriet Robson earlier in the year.
But Phil Foden has a two-year-old boy with Rebecca Cooke.
Greenwood and Foden did not train with England on Monday morning ahead of their match against Denmark.
CONFIRMED! Gareth Southgate Drops Phil Foden And Mason Greenwood From England Squad.
Gareth Southgate said: “This morning it was brought to my attention that two players broke the Covid-19 guidelines of our secure bubble and so we have decided that they won’t have any interaction with the team again.”
He added: “Given the necessary measures we have to follow, both players will now travel back to England alone.”
More to follow….