Ex-Manchester United ace Mason Greenwood holds first meeting with bosses after dropped charges
Mason Greenwood met with Manchester United officials for the first time since charges of rape, assault, and coercive behaviour against him were dropped.
Despite the fact that the charges against Greenwood were dropped, United has launched its own investigation into the striker.
Greenwood is effectively suspended by the club until it is completed and a decision is made, though he is still paid his £75,000-a-week salary.
United wants to conduct a thorough investigation into the incident, which includes speaking with Greenwood to get his version of events.
This was accomplished this week, with the Sun reporting that it was the first time Greenwood met with United chiefs since January 2022.
Greenwood’s long-term future will be decided once the investigation is completed, and three options are on the table.
The first option is to keep Greenwood and reintegrate him into the first-team lineup next season.
The second option is to sell the striker in the summer market to see if there is interest in signing Greenwood.
The final option is to terminate his contract if the club finds Greenwood guilty in their investigation.
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