Benjamin Mendy's future at Manchester City is reportedly uncertain after angering manager Pep Guardiola with his attitude on and off the pitch.
Guardiola confirmed in Friday's press conference that he has warned the French full-back about his timekeeping after he turned up late for treatment on his injured foot.
Mendy, who arrived at the Etihad Stadium in a £52m deal from Monaco in July 2017, is said to have reported three hours late to the therapy session.
ESPN claims that the World Cup winner's long-term stay in Manchester is now in doubt as a "furious" Guardiola is becoming increasingly annoyed by his professionalism, with this latest incident considered "the last straw".
The defender has made just 13 senior appearances for Man City during his 14 months at the club, largely due to a cruciate ligament injury sustained last September.