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Man United Stars Unfollow Mason Greenwood After Star Forward Was Arrested Over Assault Allegations
- Mason Greenwood is accused of assaulting a woman believed to have been his girlfriend
- The Man United attacker who is in custody has since been suspended from the club
- His own teammates have also dissociated from him by unfollowing his social media profiles
Cristiano Ronaldo has led Man United stars in unfollowing Mason Greenwood after the youngster was arrested over assault allegations.
Greenwood is understood to have spent the night in custody after the police swooped over claims made on Sunday morning, January 30.
The Sun reports a host of United teammates have now unfollowed the youngster on social media, with Ronaldo among the first to do that.
Others who have since followed suit include Jesse Lingard, David De Gea, Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, and Scott McTominay.
Be that as it may, there are other squad members including captain Harry Maguire who are still following the star forward.
Man United's official Instagram and Twitter pages are also still following academy graduate who has been suspended from training and playing for the club.
In a statement released by United in the wake of the allegations, the Manchester club made it clear they did “not condone violence of any kind."
“Mason Greenwood will not return to training or play matches until further notice," a statement from the club said on Sunday.
Frank Lampard appointed Everton boss
The Englishman is set to succeed Rafa Benitez who was recently sacked after a string of poor results.
The Toffees formally announced the Englishman on Monday, January 31, with the legendary midfielder beating Vitor Pereira and Duncan Ferguson to the job.
"Everton Football Club can confirm the appointment of Frank Lampard as the Club’s new manager," the Merseysiders said in a statement.
"The former England midfielder has agreed a two-and-a-half-year contract - until June 2024 - and will take charge of the First Team for the FA Cup fourth-round tie against Brentford at Goodison Park on Saturday 5 February," the club added.