Mason Greenwood is reportedly being considered for a return to the Manchester United squad, according to multiple reports.
Mason Greenwood will be a member of Man United’s team next season and will return after a six-month layoff.
He has been re-added to Man United’s official website, along with his squad number.
According to GMP, no proof has been discovered against Greenwood, and he will be cleared of all acquisitions very shortly.
When he returns to the first squad, Manchester United will pay him his full wage and will extend his contract for another six years.
Following the GMP announcement, Nike approached Mason Greenwood to resume the sponsorship agreement.
Greenwood has been released on bond after being charged with rape, sexual assault, and threatening to kill. United has responded to social media reports by denying them. According to The Sun, the club affirmed that “Mason’s position has not changed.”
According to The Mirror, Greenwood’s bail will expire on April 30, at which point it may be renewed. Although things have quieted down in recent months as the investigation continues, Greenwood has been removed from FIFA 22 and Cadbury, one of United’s partners. Greenwood made his senior United debut in March 2019 and played in 129 games for the club.