The Manchester United youngster, Mason Greenwood, has been reminded of his duties and responsibilities as a United player, it has been cleared that the 19 year old who missed two Manchester United games in a roll had a minor injury, which was been described by his boss as a niggle.
Danny Simpson and Danny Higginbotham said in their discuss that the youngster Mason Greenwood has been warned about his behaviour by the club Manchester United. It has been observed that the Manchester United forward Greenwood has been problematic with time keeping.
The youngster who happens to be a product of the Manchester United Academy, got first team establishment last year. It was questioned why he missed the Newcastle United game, but was later seen in training on Monday. But still didn't travel with the team to Paris, Ole gave the excuse about his absence as that he is not fit to travel, and laughed off the rumours that had it that the Manchester United forward and Brandon Williams were left out of the Newcastle game as a result of disciplinary reasons.
When asked in an interview to clarify the condition of the injury and when it did happen, the Manchester United Manager cleared the air and said "I can't decide on medical matters concerning players, that's the duty of the medical unit. And the injury condition of Greenwood is said to be a niggle, his too young for us to take any chance with the his condition. We should wait for his full recovery and that could hopefully be this week."
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