Mason Greenwood has first meeting with Manchester United since charges were dropped
Manchester United have met with Mason Greenwood and finally taken a decision on his future.
Erik ten Hag has decided what to do with Greenwood!
For the first time since the assault and rape charges were dropped, Manchester United chiefs have held a face-to-face meeting with Mason Greenwood.
The young English striker had the charges dropped earlier this month by the Crown Prosecution Service and since then speculation about his potential return to football has been rampant.
Almost immediately after the charges were dropped, Manchester United released a statement announcing that they would be launching their own internal investigation into the matter.
In order to get a full overview of the situation, the club have reportedly help a face-to-face meeting with Greenwood.
“Mason and his team met with the club to start the process of trying to get to the bottom of exactly what may or may not have happened.” A source told The Sun.
“It is an extremely sensitive situation and the club think it is only fair that Mason is given the opportunity to fully explain himself.
“The club are keen to hear his version of events. Only when they have the full picture, can they start to move things forward.”