Manchester United Release Fresh and Stunning Statement About Mason Greenwood
- Englishman Mason Greenwood will not be allowed to train with Manchester United teammates going forward
- The Old Trafford chiefs condemned the action made by Mason Greenwood and will be monitoring investigation by police
- Mason Greenwood was said to have attacked his girlfriend in his mansion in what was an assault which is punishable
Manchester United who are Premier League giants have stated that their player, Mason Greenwood, will not be allowed to train or join his teammates until there is a clearer picture.
Mason Greenwood brought attention of people around the world to himself when he was accused to have harassed a lady in his mansion and also made a threat.
There were also reports that the lady who was assaulted is the girlfriend of the Englishman and police have taken the case up.
Greenwood is still in the custody of the police where investigation is still going on to determine the fate of the player.
His teammates at Old Trafford have also frowned at the action of Mason Greenwood with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and others stopped following him on social media.
According to the report on Daily Star and Sky Sports, Manchester United explained that Mason Greenwood won't have anything to do with the club until further notice.
Manchester United's statement about Mason Greenwood
"Manchester United reiterates its strong condemnation of violence of any kind. As previously communicated, Mason Greenwood will not train with, or play for, the club until further notice."
When did Mason Greenwood join Manchester United?
Mason Greenwood started his career at Manchester United youth team in 2007 and was there until 2018 when he was promoted to the first team and has played 83 games netting 22 goals.
Man United youngster joins Monchengladbach on permanent deal
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Man United youngster Dillon Hoogewerf sealed a permanent transfer move to Bundesliga giants, Borussia Monchengladbach.
Hoogewerf is understood to have completed the switch on transfer deadline day for an undisclosed fee.
The Dutchman joined Man United as a 16-year-old back in 2019 following a promising spell with Ajax's youth set-up.
However, despite his stunning goalscoring run with United's Under-18 Premier League in the 2020/21 season, the Manchester club have decided to get rid of him.