Manchester United youngster Mason Greenwood has returned to training for the first time after the rape saga, MySportDab reports.
The Embattled England youngster was spotted for the first time going solo with a private training session with a private coach as Manchester United prepares for the 2023/24 football season.
He was put through his paces while also testing his shooting skills in an £85-an-hour pitch.
With his partnership with Nike having ended due to the legal tussle and rape allegations, Mason Greenwood was not wearing his Nike shoes and has left his hair to grow out.
Greenwood’s individual training session is coming at a time Manchester United are set to begin preparations for next season with a preseason tour, sparking speculations Greenwood is nearing his return to the squad.
Sources close to Manchester United have revealed the club are more likely to bring back Mason Greenwood into the squad after the rape saga.
MySportDab understand Mason Greenwood is till under contract at Manchester United and has been included in Manchester United 2023/24 squad.
Greenwood is also still earning his £70,000 weekly at Manchester United despite still under suspension after the rape saga.
After all charges against him were dropped Manchester United have refused to integrate Mason Greenwood into Manchester United squad.
The club are still investigating Greenwood with a decision on his future yet to be taken but is expected soon before next season.
He still remain on suspension but there are reports he will likely be brought back to the squad ahead of preparations for next season.
The Sun reported Erik Ten Hag and Mason Greenwood Manchester United teammates are ready to have Mason Greenwood back for next season after the investigation is concluded.
After charges against him were dropped, Greenwood have retuned back to his relationship with his girlfriend Harriet Robson, who was at the center of the rap allegations.
The pair are set to to get married and are expecting their first child together this summer.