IRELAND goalkeeper Darren Randolph is in hot water with his club West Ham after allegations of an all-night bender with team-mate Andy Carroll.
With the team struggling for form after four defeats in a row, Hammers boss Slaven Bilic reportedly approved a team-bonding evening for the players in London on Monday night.
However, pictures and suggestions on social media claim Randolph and Carroll – the team’s key striker who is currently out injured – extended their night well into Tuesday morning and afternoon in Shoreditch.
Andy Carroll and Randolph smashed at midday shouting at birds in Shoreditch has made my Tuesday. ?? pic.twitter.com/Zi8Jobmq2C
— Tristan Carnegie (@TristanCarnegie) September 27, 2016
It is not clear how much truth is in the accusations, with others suggesting they spotted the team-mates in McDonalds at 7am, but West Ham have vowed to investigate.
A club spokesperson told the Press Association: "The club will be looking into these allegations and will deal with the players as we see fit."
Bay-born Randolph, 29, has made four appearances for West Ham this season and has 15 caps for Ireland.