Manchester United’s under-21 player Sean McGinty has had his loan move to Tranmere Rovers terminated with immediate affect for disciplinary reasons.
McGinty was dropped by Rovers boss Ronnie Moore on Saturday for their defeat to Hartlepool in League One.
Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United had offered Seam McGinty a one-year contract extension in which the club wanted him to see out the rest of the season gaining first-team football experience with Tranmere, yet his contract has been terminated with immediate effect after just three-games.
Tranmere Rovers have not revealed the extent of the reason for termination, but one thing is for sure, you would not want to be McGinty when called into Sir Alex Ferguson’s office.
This is not the first time that he has been in trouble.
Back in 2012 McGinty received an 18-month driving ban for being convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol.