Manchester United have removed all Mason Greenwood sports wear from the club website on Monday, MySportDab reports.
Angry United fans returned Greenwood’s shirts with his name to the Old Trafford megastore.
Fans backlash over his allegations of rape and assault has continued despite not yet being found guilty by the police.
Manchester United players like Ronaldo, De Gea, Rashford, and Pogba seen to have unfollowed the 20-year-old on social media.
Also, Nike have now suspended his sponsorship endorsement deal.
Manchester United shirt sponsor TeamViewer have released a statement that they are ‘closely monitoring the issue.’
The Red Devils official partner Cadbury also announced that Greenwood will not be included in any future marketing products.
His name has also been removed from the players list on Manchester United’s online store.
On Sunday, some fans turned up at the store demanding a refund for Greenwood No 11 shirts.
A statement from Greater Manchester Police on Greenwood’s arrest said: “Detectives now have more time to speak to a man in his 20s, being held on suspicion of rape and assault.
“On Sunday afternoon, The suspect was arrested and remains in custody.
“We are currently investigating and the victim has been offered specialist support.
“We want people to stop sharing images that could compromise the victim’s right to lifelong anonymity, or risk affect a live investigation.”
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