WATCH| Mason Greenwood abused by fan while awaits ‘imminent’ rape charge decision.

 WATCH| Mason Greenwood abused by fan while awaits ‘imminent’ rape charge decision.

Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood has been pictured being abused by a fan inside a restaurant in footage which has emerged online.

The 20-year-old is currently suspended by his club as he remains under investigation by Greater Manchester Police following his arrest in February on suspicion of rape, assault, sexual assault and threats to kill towards a woman. Greenwood is on bail but a decision on his case is expected in the coming days after The Sun reported police are set to submit a report to the Crown Prosecution Service ‘imminently’.

The England international has kept a low profile since his arrest and was spotted only recently wearing a balaclava whilst at the wheel of his Mercedes. Now the latest footage to emerge shows Greenwood reacting to a fan who shouts “quarantine” at him several times, before branding him “sh**** a***”, although it is unclear when the video was filmed.

The venue is believed to be San Carlo restaurant in Manchester, which is popular with celebrities. Greenwood is sporting a black baseball cap, white t-shirt and black shorts in the clip as he talks with a member of staff, before showing his frustration to the camera being pointed in his direction.

The video was posted on TikTok with the owner claiming it has been taken since Greenwood was arrested, though there is no evidence to backup this claim.

Greenwood was arrested on February 2 and was held in custody for three days before his release on bail. A source told the Sun: “He’s still on bail but things are at an advanced stage. The police and CPS are currently discussing if there is a case or not to bring against him.

“There comes a point where a decision has to be made and things have reached that point.” Another source claimed: “The police will submit their file imminently.” GMP confirmed Greenwood’s bail is due to expire on April 30, though it could still be extended.

He has not featured in a match for Manchester United since the Premier League clash with West Ham on January 22. United have still been paying Greenwood’s £75,000-per-week salary despite barring him from training and selection “until further notice”.

Greenwood has been released from his contract with sponsors Nike whilst EA Sports have also removed him from their FIFA 2022 video game. and Sports Interactive have followed suit with their Football Manager game.

Greenwood was recently spotted at the wheel of his Mercedes wearing a balaclava

Greenwood was recently spotted at the wheel of his Mercedes wearing a balaclava .


United issued a statement just under a fortnight ago confirming there had been no change in Greenwood’s situation at the club after fans noted that he was still on the club website.

“There has been no change whatsoever in Mason’s status,” United’s statement read. “We removed his profile from the club app soon after he was removed from the squad in January. This was in order to remove Mason from interactive elements of the app, such as team predictions etc.

“However, his profile was never removed from the website as he remains a Manchester United player, albeit not currently part of the squad while the legal process unfolds.”


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