We asked our readers whether Greenwood should be a United player in the 2023/24 campaign. And 61.4 per cent of the 11,693 people who responded said “yes.” Meanwhile, just under 25 per cent of readers said the forward should be sold, while 13.6 per cent said he should be loaned out.
A group of Manchester United fans are planning protests to let the club know they don't want Mason Greenwood back. Their banner will be on display before Monday’s game against Wolves. #MUFC [@dtathletic]
Manchester United statement on Mason Greewood 🚨🔴 #MUFC
“Following the dropping of all charges against Mason Greenwood in February 2023, Manchester United has conducted a thorough investigation into the allegations made against him.
This has drawn on extensive evidence and context not in the public domain, and we have heard from numerous people with direct involvement or knowledge of the case.
Throughout this process, the welfare and perspective of the alleged victim has been central to the club’s inquiries, and we respect her right to lifelong anonymity.
We also have responsibilities to Mason as an employee, as a young person who has been with the club since the age of seven, and as a new father with a partner.
The fact-finding phase of our investigation is now complete, and we are in the final stages of making a decision on Mason’s future.
Contrary to media speculation, that decision has not yet been made and is currently the subject of intensive internal deliberation. Responsibility ultimately rests with the Chief Executive Officer.
Once made, the decision will be communicated and explained to the club’s internal and external stakeholders.
This has been a difficult case for everyone associated with Manchester United, and we understand the strong opinions it has provoked based on the partial evidence in the public domain. We ask for patience as we work through the final stages of this carefully considered process”