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Erik ten Hag and Man United players willing to welcome Mason Greenwood back to the team



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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has indicated that he would be happy to have Mason Greenwood return to the team, according to recent reports.

The young striker has been out of action since January 2022, when he was arrested and charged with attempted rape, controlling behaviour, and assault.


However, in February this year, the Crown Prosecution Service announced that all charges against Greenwood had been dropped due to new evidence and the withdrawal of key witnesses.

Despite this, United launched their own investigation into the matter, and it seems that a final decision regarding Greenwood’s future at the club is imminent.


While reports had previously suggested that United were considering loaning Greenwood out, the latest update from The Sun indicates that Ten Hag is willing to bring the striker back into the squad.

The Sun reports that “most of his teammates at Old Trafford would welcome him back into the dressing room if the club agrees.”


However, Old Trafford executives who deal with sponsors and commercial deals reportedly remain concerned about the potential impact on the club if Greenwood were to play for them again.

A source close to the matter has also spoken out about Greenwood’s perspective on the situation.


The source, speaking to The Sun, explained that the striker “firmly believes he is an innocent man and is very frustrated he’s not been able to play.” Greenwood and his team are said to have given United an ultimatum: “sack him or back him.”

It remains to be seen what decision United will ultimately make regarding Greenwood’s future at the club.


However, with the Glazers reportedly set to make a final decision within the next week, it seems that Greenwood’s uncertain circumstances at Old Trafford may soon come to an end.

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