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New owner thinks Mason Greenwood ‘should never play for Man Utd again’

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who just bought a 25% stake in Manchester United, believes that Mason Greenwood should not play for the club again. The 22 year old was accused of several accounts of assault in 2022. Following these accusations, the Red Devils have suggested that his future will be away from the Old Trafford.

The Man United youth academy product is currently on loan at Getafe CF until the end of the season. A move elsewhere in England is unlikely for Greenwood. This is because his reputation in the UK has been severely damaged.

Mason Greenwood unlikely to play for Manchester United again

Greenwood has not played for Manchester United since January of 2022 when the accusations of assault emerged online. It did not take long for the Red Devils to suspend the center-forward. He missed the remainder of the 2021/22 season and the next season as well.

In August this year, Man Utd released a statement claiming they had concluded an internal investigation into the allegations against him. The press release also stated that Mason’s future endeavors would be best served away from the Old Trafford.

Ben Jacobs on Mason’s future

Jacobs insists that Greenwood’s return to Man Utd would cause a “huge backlash”. The journalist also insists that Sir Jim Ratcliffe is “well-informed” on the situation.

Jacobs told GIVEMESPORT: “Greenwood’s return would cause a huge backlash, as it did when it became apparent Man Utd’s original plan was to reintegrate him. Ratcliffe wasn’t privy to the Richard Arnold-led internal investigation at the time; but it’s understood he is well-informed on the situation and believes that Greenwood shouldn’t play for Manchester United again. It would be a bad look if the club U-turn on their public statement, which makes it clear it is best for Greenwood to “rebuild” his career elsewhere.”

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