Mason Greenwood is set for talks with Ole Gunnar Solskjær after his behaviour with England while on international duty last week, according to the Daily Mail.
Greenwood, along with close friend Phil Foden, were caught breaking bio secure protocol in the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik after sneaking girls into the team hotel.
The 18-year-old was snapped by photographers for the first time since the incident today in Manchester.
Now as Manchester United return to training ahead of next their Premier League opener next Saturday, Greenwood is reportedly set to sit down with manager Solskjær to discuss his behaviour.
The outlet claim the emphasis will be on learning from the controversy and Old Trafford sources are keen to avoid more criticism on the academy product.
Most young stars face a watershed moment like this during their careers and the 17-goal teen sensation will speak with a former United striking great in order to best move on from the fallout.
Having missed England’s 0-0 draw in Denmark last night, Three Lions boss. Gareth Southgate, and captain, Harry Kane, also had their say on the breach which you can read here.
Greenwood is set to return to training at Carrington this week and was fined 250,000 Icelandic Krona (£1,300) by the nation’s police.