A furious Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will issue Jesse Lingard with a stern warning over his social media antics, according to reports.
Lingard, currently on holiday in Miami with Manchester United team-mate Marcus Rashford, has been heavily criticised for posting a controversial and crude video on Snapchat.
The England international shared footage of him shouting and swearing inside his luxurious hotel suite, which he also shared with former United player Ro-Shaun Williams and friend Jamal Branker.
Lingard goes on a room-to-room tour of the accommodation, eventually filming Branker simulating a sex act on a bed.
According to the Daily Mail the video has outraged Solskjaer, who intends to contact the player to discuss the incident before United report back for pre-season next month.
It’s further claimed that Lingard only intended to save the video, but accidentally posted it on the social media platform instead.
Lingard, who earlier in the week landed himself in hot water over another bizarre video where he chanted ‘beans, beans, beans’ alongside Rashford, has received furious backlash to the latest incident.
Speaking on the Jim White Show on Thursday, former QPR boss Ian Holloway insisted there was ‘no way back’ for Lingard at Old Trafford – demanding he should be sold or sacked.
He said: “It is unacceptable for me. Would I discipline him? More than that, I would put him on the transfer list.
“And Lingard has been brought up though Sir Alex Ferguson’s regime, so he should know how to behave at all times, but he has videoed this himself and put it online himself.
“Man United are in turmoil with that dressing room, with Pogba the way he is… this manager and his staff have got to sort this out.
Jesse Lingard social media video
“For me, there is no way back. This is a huge problem. He’s not just a young man, he has forgotten who he is, what his job and what his contract means.”
Meanwhile, Scotland legend Ally McCoist also told the midfielder to be a better role model for young supporters.
“I’m looking at the reaction from Manchester United fans, and they’re worse than angry, they feel completely let down.
“He’s well entitled to go on holiday and have a good time, but why would you put something like that on social media? Does he actually think that’s going to benefit him?
“I don’t think there’s ever been as much of a gulf between the top players and the fans. Young fans are looking for role models – that isn’t a role model.
“Bryan Robson, Roy Keane, Sir Alex Ferguson, imagine them watching that – what are they thinking?”