Manchester United young Mason Greenwood deleted his Twitter account after he was excluded from the England squad for violating Corona virus protocols alongside Phil Foden.
- Mason Greenwood has deleted Twitter after being banished from England
- The Man United striker has violated Covid protocols and is under investigation by the FA
- He and Phil Foden sneaked two girls into a hotel room while in Iceland
- Foden broke his silence when he posted a long apology on his Twitter account
Mason Greenwood deleted his Twitter account after his banishment from England ended.
The Manchester United striker, along with Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden, have been at the center of England’s recent scandal after violating Covid-19 protocols during their stay in Iceland with Gareth Southgate’s side.
The FA is currently investigating the couple after two Icelandic girls, one of whom is a beauty queen, infiltrated their team’s hotel, violating Icelandic law and social distancing guidelines for uniting with people outside their bubble.
Mason Greenwood has deleted Twitter after being banished from the England squad
He and Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden were brought home for violating the COVID-19 protocol
Greenwood, who enjoyed a great season at Old Trafford last season, has now removed himself from Twitter following the backlash from the incident that saw both players return to England.
He and Foden will miss the Nations League match with Denmark after appearing in the 1-0 win over Iceland.
Before the new season, Greenwood was awarded the number 11 shirt for Manchester United, but has since been reprimanded by his club for his actions in international duty.
The two were captured on camera with two girls in their hotel room while they were staying in Iceland
A statement from the Red Devils said: “Manchester United is in contact with the Football Association and is disappointed by Mason Greenwood’s actions on this situation.”
The young player remained silent after removing his presence on Twitter, while Phil Foden responded to the incident earlier on Monday.
“After the story that emerged today about my actions in Iceland, I want to make a full apology,” Foden wrote on Twitter on Monday evening.
Foden took to social media on Monday evening to issue a full apology to everyone involved
I apologize to Gareth Southgate, my England team-mates, the device, the fans, as well as the club and my family.
I am a young player and I have a lot to learn, but I know the great responsibility I have in representing Manchester City and England at this level.
On this occasion, I made a poor decision and my behavior was not up to the standards expected of me.
I have violated the COVID-19 protocols put in place to protect myself and my colleagues in England. As a result, I will now miss the opportunity to travel to Denmark with the team, and it hurts.
One of the women is videotaped while on the phone with Foden and Greenwood, and she makes plans