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Manchester United make Mason Greenwood decision with only one choice remaining



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Manchester United will not release Mason Greenwood after it was reported that talks have entered their “final phase”.

Mason Greenwood was suspended by Manchester United last year after photos and videos alleging he had domestically abused his partner surfaced on social media.

Although he was arrested and a case built against him by the Crown Prosecution Service, this case was ultimately dropped due to key witnesses not stepping forwards.

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He was recently filmed training privately ahead of a potential return to the United team, with the cameraman responsible for the footage claiming Greenwood’s entourage threatened to break his equipment.

However, it has now been reported that United only have to decide if he rejoins the first-team squad or goes out on a season-long loan, indicating that he will not be released by the club, which was an option on the table.

“Mason is working harder than ever on the training pitch,” a source told The Sun.

“He’s desperate to return to the side as soon as possible and wants to put the last 18 months behind him.

“Talks about his future are in the final phase and the ­players and the manager are behind him.

“The only thing that remains to be decided is whether he returns to first-team action or goes out on a season-long loan.”

It has previously been reported that both Erik ten Hag and the United squad would support Greenwood returning to the club.

Manchester United will start their Premier League campaign on Monday 14 August, facing Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford.