Manchester Police have now released a new update on the Mason Greenwood case, MySportDab reports.
The Manchester Police have officially now extended the bail of Mason Greenwood until June after he was accused of rape and assault.
The 20-year-old got arrested back in January on Sunday when images and videos of the incident leaked online.
He remain in police custody for a few days and even faces charges for attempt to kill.
Greenwood got released on bail in February and the bail period was to expire tomorrow, March 30th.
However, in a new update, Manchester police revealed that his bail has been extended.
A statement from Greater Manchester Police said: ‘We are still investigating a report made on 30th January of images and videos posted by a woman reporting physical violence.
‘A 20-year-old man arrested that day remains on bail over suspicion of the rape and assault.
‘His lawyers made an application to the courts to extend his bail beyond Saturday 30 April.
‘Now, the court hearing will not take place until mid-June.
‘The suspect remains on conditional bail until the court hearing.’
The England national team immediately suspended Mason Greenwood within hours of the allegations going viral online.
Nike partially suspended their contract deal with Greenwood, and terminated it a month later.
EA Sports removed Greenwood from active squads on its games.
On April 1, the player was seen for the first time, driving a black Mercedes in Cheshire, Manchester.
Officers arrived at Greenwood’s Cheshire mansion on January 31 after a woman reported physical violence and sexual threats on social media.
Greenwood remains suspended by United from the first team football due to his current case with the police.
More to follow…