Manu Tuilagi and Denny Solomona sent home from England training camp
Last Updated: 07/08/17 6:13pm
Manu Tuilagi and Denny Solomona have been sent home from England's training camp over "team culture issues", the RFU have confirmed.
The pair arrived in camp on Friday and trained on both Saturday and Sunday before they were sent home on Monday morning for what Sky Sports News understands was an alcohol-related issue.
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No decisions have been made as to what will happen to them after the three-day get together and the RFU said it would not be making any further comment.
Solomona plays for Sale Sharks, who released the following statement: "Sale Sharks are disappointed to learn that Denny Solomona has been sent home from the England training camp."
Sharks director of rugby Steve Diamond said: "This is disappointing news because Denny has worked so hard since joining the club last December. He hasn't had much time off and his performances earned him a place on the recent England tour to Argentina.
"This matter has been dealt with by the RFU and I will speak to Denny on his return to Carrington."
Tuilagi has not played for England since March 2016 and has been out of action since January with a knee injury.
It's not the first time the 26-year-old centre has been in disciplinary trouble, he was cautioned by police and fined £3000 for jumping off a ferry in Auckland during the 2011 World Cup.