Manchester United in ‘final stages’ of Greenwood probe

Manchester United said Wednesday that they are “in the final stages” of an internal investigation before choosing if Mason Greenwood will play for the team again. The Premier League giants have banned the 21-year-old forward since January 30, 2022, after pictures and videos of him with a young woman were shared online and allegations were made about him.

Manchester United in ‘final stages of Greenwood probe

Greenwood was facing criminal charges, including attempted rape and sexual attack until the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for England and Wales said in February that the case had been dropped. The CPS said the case against him was dropped because key witnesses dropped out, and new information came to light.
United still bans Greenwood, and the club has given up on its plan to say something about his future before the start of the 2023–2024 Premier League season. When the club said earlier this month that they would decide Greenwood after talking to their women’s players still at the World Cup, like England’s Mary Earps, Ella Toone, and Katie Zelem, who have helped the national team reach Sunday’s final in Sydney, they got a lot of bad press.
In a statement released on Wednesday, United said that Greenwood’s future at Old Trafford “ultimately rests with the chief executive officer (Richard Arnold).” The statement also said, “After all charges against Mason Greenwood were dropped in February 2023, Manchester United looked into the claims made against him very carefully.”
Manchester United in 'final stages' of Greenwood probe
Gulfishaa Avaan
Gulfishaa Avaan
Gulfishaa is writer who delivers engaging and informative news on sports to readers of Ten Sports TV Website.



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