Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and Raheem Sterling have spoken privately about the youngster’s much publicised laughing gas controversy for the first time.
The Sun reports the two had a face-to-face meeting since the newspaper published photos of Sterling inhaling nitrous oxide and a shisha pipe over the past week.
Brendan Rodgers will speak publicly on the incident this afternoon in his pre-FA Cup semi final press conference but the Sun claim Sterling will not be disciplined and no further action will be taken.
It is believed Rodgers took advantage of his almost-paternal relationship with Sterling and reminded him of his responsibilities as a player of Liverpool football club.
It comes as the club and player are still stuck at loggerheads over contract talks with Sterling holding out for more money after rejecting a £100,000-a-week contract earlier this season.
The Sun believes both parties will return to discussion in the summer and the end of the season.
Jordon Ibe has also revealed a talking too as he featured in one of the published shisha pipe photos with Sterling.