MU striker Mason Greenwood does not hope to play for the club again although criminal charges against him have been dropped.
Greenwood was arrested in January 2022 on charges of rape and death threats after videos and photos were posted online. It was this that led to the Man United club deciding to suspend him but keep his salary.
However, the charges against Greenwood were dropped not long ago when 12 witnesses refused to cooperate, and it was reported that the complainant wanted to withdraw his charges since last April.
Despite all criminal charges being dropped, Greenwood, who earns around £100,000 a week and has a contract until 2025, is still unable to play or train for Man United due to an investigation by the Red Devils’ Board of Directors. internal inspection.
The Sun recently revealed, Greenwood feels he will never play for Man United again, as the club are conducting internal consultations about the next steps to take with the 21-year-old.
A source told the newspaper that Greenwood believes he is ‘finished’ at Old Trafford and does not think he will play for Man Utd again.
The source also emphasized that realizing the harsh reality of the future has frustrated Greenwood and despite wanting to return to play, is willing to accept it as a “made-it-yourself” situation. However, the indifference of the BLD team has made the player under contract until June 2025 feel disappointed.