BREAKING! Mason Greenwood has been Ruled Out Of Man United Squad This Season! (Details)

BREAKING! Mason Greenwood has been Ruled Out Of Man United Squad This Season! (Details)

For an alleged rape and attempted assault on the same woman, the Man United forward was detained in January 2022.

As the alleged rape allegations were being investigated, he was removed off the Man United roster.

Charges against Mason Greenwood were subsequently dismissed by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), which came as a surprise.

Technical problems and witness withdrawals, according to the CPS, made it difficult to go on with the case.

It was anticipated that the 21-year-old will rejoin Manchester United’s first squad when the accusations against him were dismissed.

Ironically, Manchester United has not reactivated Mason Greenwood for their roster.

Although the club acknowledged that the player’s allegations had been withdrawn in an official statement, Old Trafford stressed that before Mason Greenwood could be reintegrated into the team, the club will conduct its own investigations.

The inquiry against Mason Greenwood at Manchester United will now take “many months,” according to claims from the Daily Mail.

However, there are rumors that the Red Devils were determined to finish the investigations before the end of this campaign. However, the current situation makes it pretty clear that Mason Greenwood won’t play for the team before the current campaign is over, as important components of the investigations have yet to be completed.

Prior to the inquiry being launched by outside specialists, the 21-year-old was supposed to be interrogated as part of the process; however, nothing of the kind has yet taken place.

As things stand, Mason Greenwood will most likely not make it back into the starting lineup for Manchester United this season.

Manchester United, who are still paying his £70,000 weekly salary, have three alternatives available to them once the investigations are finished: sale, contract termination, or reinclusion in the team.

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