Manchester United has noted the decision of the Crown Prosecution Service, who have stated that all charges against Mason Greenwood have been dropped. The club will now conduct its own investigation process before determining their next steps.
Mason Greenwood will not return to play or train for Manchester United while the club conducts their own investigation.
Mason Greenwood released his own statement on the case against him being dropped. “I am relieved that this matter is now over and I would like to thank my family, loved ones, and friends for their support. There will be no further comment at this time”.
Manchester United will hold an internal investigation of the allegations against Greenwood. There is no timescale of this process, so Mason Greenwood will not play or train with the team until this is complete.
One of the key elements in United’s assessment may be whether the club's sponsors would accept Greenwood wearing their logo again, a lawyer told Sky Sport News.
Manchester United staff are split over whether Mason Greenwood should be allowed to resume his career at the club.
There will be consideration of any potential commercial impact that would accompany keeping Greenwood, and how the episode has affected the United brand and their image to their global partners, who are monitoring the situation.
A substantial proportion of the workforce would be deeply unhappy if Greenwood played for the club again, while others sympathize towards the player, as he has not been found guilty of any crime. United are deciding upon his future.
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