Manchester United has made a new announcement on the case of young forward Mason Greenwood following rumors that he will return to play.
In early 2022, Mason Greenwood was arrested by police on suspicion of raping and assaulting his girlfriend Harriet Robson. Although the Man United player has been released on bail, the Old Trafford team has suspended the British young player indefinitely. At that time, the Red Devils announced that Greenwood would only be able to play if the authorities confirmed his innocence.
Recently, fans saw the profile of Greenwood still named in the official squad of the club. That led to speculation that Greenwood will return to play in the final stages of Premier League.
However, the representative of Man United quickly clarified all issues: “There has not been any change with the status of Greenwood. We removed his profile from the club app immediately after being eliminated from the squad in January”.
“The goal is Greenwood is no longer related to the football applications, such as predicting the match result…”.
“However, Greenwood’s profile has not been removed from the club’s official website as he remains a Manchester United player, although he is currently unavailable due to police investigation”.
In addition to being suspended indefinitely by Man United, the young British star was also terminated by sponsors and advertisers due to the embarrassing abuse scandal.
Last month SunSport revealed that despite not playing, Greenwood still receives £ 75,000 a week from MU, he still earned nearly £ 300,000 in the last month. According to the Daily Mail, Greenwood has received £267,850 in wages since being suspended by the club.