Manchester United CEO Richard Arnold has sent an open letter to all Manchester United fans after the club announced Mason Greenwood’s decision, MySportDab reports.
As expected, Manchester United finally took a decision on Mason Greenwood after investigations into the rape saga.
In an official statement released by the club, Manchester United announced they have decided to part ways with Mason Greenwood and will help him establish his career elsewhere away from Old Trafford.
The move became necessary, according to the club, as Greenwood needed a more calm environment after the media blitz to raise his family and also pursue his career.
MySportDab understand Manchester United’s decision to end Mason Greenwood’s contract with the club was a mutual agreement between both parties after a careful consideration of all possible options.
After Greenwood’s decision, Manchester United Chief Executive, Richard Arnold, has sent an open letter to Manchester United fans addressing how the club come about the decision to part ways with Greenwood.
In the letter, available at the end of this post, Richard Arnold revealed Manchester United also considered bringing Mason Greenwood back to the squad but were forced to part ways with the decision due to fans protest.
Arnold also stated in the letter that Manchester United did not find Greenwood guilty of the said charges and that the public were not exposed to full details of the viral social media footage.
He also asked for the fans to united for the growth of the club while Mason Greenwood will hope to continue his career away from Old Trafford.