Manchester United’s decision date on Mason Greenwood has been confirmed, MySportDab reports.
Mason Greenwood has nor played for Manchester United for seventeen months counting following the alleged rape saga.
Fortunately for the youngster, charges against him were dropped as all witness to the case withdrew posing technical difficulties for the prosecutors.
Mason Greenwood is a now a free man but his career is still under chains as Manchester United have refused to integrate him back to the squad.
The club took after an internal investigation into the rape saga as a safeguard for the club’s integrity and for commerical purposes.
As of the time of filing this report no decision is yet to be taken on Greenwood but there were glues a decision will be taken soon.
Now, according to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano Manchester United will take a decision on Mason Greenwood’s future at the club on August 14.
This implies Mason Greenwood will learn his fate during first week of 2023/24 Premier League kickoff.
Sources close to Manchester United have revealed the club is more likely to bring back Mason Greenwood into the squad since he has regained his freedom and returned to his relationship with Harriet Robson.
Other reports say the club will loan him out to another club for at least a year before allowing him to play for the club again.
An outright sell out of Mason Greenwood has been ruled out with Erik Ten Hag reportedly optimistic of working with the youngster but it has been confirmed Ten Hag will not have a role on Man United’s decision on August.
The club’s hierarchy will take it exclusively upon themslves to decide the fate of Greenwood.