Manchester United youngster Mason Greenwood career in jeopardy as court set trail date, MySportDab reports.
Mason Greenwood is facing charges of rape and assault which was leveled against him by his former girlfriend named Harriet Robson.
He was first arrested after some images and videos made it to the internet which was all claimed to have been done by the Manchester United man which led to his arrest in January.
The forward is now facing another career blow over an announcement made concerning the date of his next trail in court.
Mason Greenwood is facing accusation on assault as well as controlling and coercive behaviour.
The player appeared in court today Monday at Minshull Street Crown Court in Manchester to hear what they have to say concerning his case.
According to reports coming from SkySports, Mason Greenwood trial has been postponed until November 2023.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Mason Greenwood’s court case has been adjourned at Minshull Street Crown Court in Manchester until next year.
“He has been told that he will next need to appear on 10th February and has been told to expect the trial to begin on 27th November 2023.
The player was early granted bail on certain conditions after his arrest but was later taken in custody again at Trafford area on October 15 for an alleged breach of conditions.
His said controlling and coercive behaviour charge was from 2008 and also this year, he also made some comments over concerned people who intervened in the situation.
His career is also on the line as he is no where near making a return to Manchester United with his case still pending a conclusion.
Mason Greenwood is also expected to miss all through the 2022-2023 season as his case in now going to happen on November 27th 2023 which is in one year time.
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Mason Greenwood's court case has been adjourned at Minshull Street Crown Court in Manchester until next year.
He has been told that he will next need to appear on 10th February and has been told to expect the trial to begin on 27th November 2023. pic.twitter.com/bs9bHR8RNJ
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) November 21, 2022