Mason Greenwood’s future at Manchester United will be decided in the coming days ahead of the new Premier League season.
The 21-year-old was suspended from club duty in January last year shortly 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.
Now, 19 months later, a decision on whether he returns to the club will be coming very shortly. United began their own investigation into the situation earlier this year after charges were dropped.
With the club’s permission, Greenwood has been training individually away from Carrington ahead of whatever decision is to come.
Whilst images have surfaced of the forward on the training pitch, a video has now emerged of the Englishman doing shooting drills in a public facility, filmed by Man Utd The Religion.
Greenwood has not played competitive football for almost two years. A loan deal has been touted as a possible option for him if he was to remain contracted at Old Trafford, with several Italian and Turkish clubs reportedly having held interest.
Erik ten Hag was expectedly vague in his answers when asked about Greenwood during the pre-season tour, explaining how he has shared his opinion to the decision-makers at United.
“It’s a club decision,” the Dutchman stated. “Of course I have said my ideas and opinions but it’s a club decision. We all have to accept that.”
Asked if he wants Greenwood to stay, Ten Hag said: “I can’t say so much about it. But what I say is I shared my opinion about it so let’s see what’s going to happen and what the decision will be.”
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