Bebe breaks Besiktas curfew

Youngster made to train away from first-team at Turkish club

Bebe: Has been forced to train separately from the Besiktas first-team

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Manchester United youngster Bebe has been forced to train away from the first-team at loan club Besiktas for allegedly breaking a curfew by visiting a nightclub.

The 21-year-old winger has been banished to the reserves along with team-mates Sidnei and Julio Alves after the trio were photographed outside an Istanbul nightclub in the early hours prior to Monday's derby against Galatasaray.

Bebe, who joined United in a £7.5million transfer from Guimaraes in summer 2010, has made just three appearances for Besiktas this season after suffering a cruciate ligament injury at the start of the campaign.

The youngster is also facing a club fine and coach Tayfur Havutcu has warned he may never play for the Turkish side again.

Discipline

Havutcu said: "This is not the place to vacation. Besiktas have rules and discipline which the players have to obey.

"It is not allowed, except in reasonable hours, to be inside nightclubs.

"This was a joint decision between myself and the club administration.

"At this stage, it is not possible to say how long the penalty will last. It could be one week and then forgotten or the players could stay out of the squad until the end of the season.

"It all depends now on their performance in training. Alves, Bebe and Sidnei will continue to work according to this programme."