Football NewsMason Greenwood’s Bond Date Disclosed Following his Arrest.
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Mason Greenwood, a Manchester United and England forward, was arrested in early February and freed on bail after being charged with rape, sexual assault, and threats to kill.

After being arrested on allegations of rape, sexual assault, and threats to kill, Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood’s bail will expire on April 30.

The 20-year-old was arrested in late January on suspicion of rape and assault on a lady, but officers were given more time to question him before being released.

He was then arrested on suspicion of sexual assault and making threats to kill, according to Greater Manchester Police (GMP).

Greenwood was released on bond three days after his detention, and his case is still being investigated by the police.

“A 20-year-old guy arrested (on Sunday, January 30, 2022) on suspicion of rape and assault of a woman has been freed on bail pending further investigation,” according to a GMP statement.

Greenwood’s bail will expire on April 30th, according to GMP, at which point it may be extended.

United has suspended the academy graduate, who has one England cap, and he has not played since the Premier League match against West Ham on January 22.

Greenwood has also been withdrawn from EA Sport’s popular football video game FIFA 22, and Cadbury, one of the Red Devils’ sponsors, has acknowledged that it would not use Greenwood in any marketing activities while the matter is investigated.

“Cadbury does not condone violence in any way,” they declared in a statement. Our collaboration is with the club as a whole, not with individual players.

“However, any marketing or products we generate with Manchester United will not showcase this player while these charges are examined.” We will continue to keep a careful eye on the situation.”