Football NewsMan United Players “Mixed Reactions” on Greenwood’s Return  
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First-team players at Manchester United are divided over the prospect of Mason Greenwood playing for the club again

It has been asserted that the first-team players for Manchester United have mixed feelings about the prospect of Mason Greenwood coming back to the club.

According to a report, Manchester United players have varying opinions regarding Greenwood’s situation. Some of the players are believed to have concerns regarding the striker coming back into the fold, while other players are said to be ambivalent regarding the situation after charges against the player were dropped.

It is said that members of United’s women’s team have significant reservations about the prospect of Greenwood coming to the training facilities of the club. Other female members of the staff are rumored to express similar fears, and in the event that this scenario plays out, commercial partners may try to put further distance between themselves and the club.

In the beginning of this month, the Crown Prosecution Service decided to dismiss all of the criminal charges that had been brought against Greenwood. These charges included attempted rape, controlling and coercive behavior, and assault that resulted in actual bodily harm.

After the football player was arrested the previous year, that notification was made. The forward, who is 21 years old, made the following statement following the decision to withdraw the charges: “I am pleased that this matter is now finished.” I’d like to express my gratitude to my family, friends, and loved ones for all of their support.

When that, people immediately started asking about Greenwood’s future in the game, considering that United had suspended him after the claims were made public for the first time.

Greenwood is still suspended by United, and until the club has completed their own investigation, he will not be allowed to train at their Carrington facility or participate in any games until the suspension is lifted.

During his press conference on Friday, United manager Erik ten Hag did not comment on the player in question, saying instead, “I can’t contribute nothing, I refer to the statement that the club issued.” There is not a predetermined timeline for how long United’s inquiry could take, nor is there any indication of what kind of result it could produce.

Last week, it was reported that Ten Hag had his first conversation with Greenwood, during which the player was believed to have been informed that any decision on his future would be made by the club and not the management team.

Greenwood is obligated to remain at Old Trafford by the terms of his contract until the summer of 2025. After making his senior team debut in the Champions League in March 2019, he has played 129 times and scored 35 goals for United. He has earned one cap for England, which he received in the year 2020.