Mason Greenwood is now very worried that he will never play for Manchester United again, MySportDab reports.
Greenwood’s arrest charges were dropped in February, but the Red Devils are still conducting an internal investigation to determine the forward’s return to the pitch.
The 21-year-old star was expected to join Erik ten Hag’s squad after the charges were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service but he is now frustrated staying at home.
For now, the England International remains suspended and can’t striker return to training, despite earning £70,000 per week.
His contract at Old Trafford won’t expire until 2025.
A source told The Sun: ‘Mason believes he’s Manchester United Career is finished.
‘He’s very frustrated sitting at home all day.
‘He wants to play football again but realises his situation is complicated.
‘He is determined to play again but thinks he can never wear a United shirt ever again.’
Greenwood’s arrest in 2022 came after his girlfriend accused the Manchester United star of physical and sexual abuse.
The youngster got suspended by United, and Nike terminated their contract with him without compensation.
MySportDab understands that Greenwood held extensive talks with United officials last month trying to reignite his Red Devils career.
Legally, United can fully reintegrating Greenwood back into their first-team squad, but club executives are worried about the potential damage his return would cause.
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