Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left angry by Mason Greenwood’s attitude

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly been left angry with Mason Greenwood due to the youngster’s attitude.

Greenwood has been left out of United’s last two match-day squads with Solskjaer explaining the forward has a “niggle”.

Though it seems that is not the case with Greenwood having been seen training before the Champions League win over PSG.

The Sun report that Solskjaer has been left infuriated after Greenwood twice turned up late for training.

It’s added that Solskjaer had already warned his young star about his conduct following his expulsion from the England squad last month.

Greenwood was left out of England's most recent squad after he and Phil Foden sneaked two girls into the team hotel.

And The Sun add that the United boss has grown sick of Greenwood’s attitude so far this season with his club form having dipped.

Greenwood had been missing for both the Newcastle and Paris Saint-Germain wins but Solskjaer played down his absence.

"I can't declare medical stuff, can I?" replied Solskjaer when asked about Greenwood's absence.

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"It's just a niggle and, as young as he is, we don't want to take any chances with him. Hopefully at the weekend he'll be fine again."

United take on Chelsea as the Premier League returns this weekend with Solskjaer’s team selection up in the air.

The boss added: “It's all about what's in between the ears, football is. Yes, you've got talent, physicality and the technical bit but if your head is screwed on right and you're focused and concentrating on your job, then you get performances like this.

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“These boys can play. They enjoyed it. Attitude, work rate… you know the team spirit has been fantastic since they've come back from the international break so it's been brilliant. I'm just happy for them.

“I know we have quite a few possibilities in the way we're playing of course and you have to look at the opposition and how you want to play.”

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