Mason Greenwood Rebuilds Relationships With Manchester United Teammates
Suspended Mason Greenwood, a striker for Manchester United, has been in contact with a few of his teammates while the team’s internal inquiry is ongoing.
Mason Greenwood, a striker for Manchester United, has reconnected with some of his teammates at the organization following the dismissal of the 21-year-criminal old’s charges.
In an effort to restore relationships, Greenwood has reportedly met secretly with some players and communicated with others online, according to The Sun.
The forward is alleged to have sought out some of the teammates he has known the longest, who met with him to “hear him out” so they could form their own opinions after the accusations were dismissed.
Until the team conducts its own investigation to determine if Greenwood can continue his career at Old Trafford, he remains suspended.
Greenwood is thought to have already spoken with manager Erik ten Hag over the phone to inquire about his physical and mental health.
As part of their ongoing process, Manchester United will talk about Greenwood’s potential comeback with players from the men’s and women’s teams to get their feedback.
Players on the women’s squad are reported “very uncomfortable” with the idea of Greenwood donning the fabled red shirt once more, and club officials are also divided on whether or not to allow the striker to revive his Manchester United career.