Erik Ten Hag's Telling Reaction when Asked About Mason Greenwood
- Erik Ten Hag has asked his players to focus on football, not Mason Greenwood
- Greenwood recently had his assault charges dropped, but remains suspended by his club, which plans to do internal investigations
- The young striker reportedly “begrudgingly” accepted United’s stance, and may explore his options outside Old Trafford
Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag refused to be drawn into the Mason Greenwood debacle as he maintained the club remained focused on their games.
Ahead of the Premier League clash against Crystal Palace, Ten Hag was asked about Greenwood, who is still registered as a member of United’s squad for this season:
"No. Nothing. I can't add nothing, I refer to the statement of the club." He said as quoted on BBC.
Greenwood was arrested in January 2022 on assault allegations after videos and audio recordings surfaced online.
Later on, he was charged with coercive behaviour and assault occasioning actual bodily harm among other charges.
In the wake of the charges, United suspended the England international, who is yet to feature for his club in nearly a year since the allegations surfaced.
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Ten Hag told media to refer to the statement on the club website, saying he would not comment further on the issue.
What next for Greenwood?
Meanwhile, fresh reports have emerged claiming Greenwood confided in his friends that he had no intentions of playing for United again.
According to The Sun, Greenwood felt the club did not stand by him during his woes