English Premier League (EPL) club Manchester United are still undecided on their stance on their ‘controversial striker’.
바카라사이트 The controversial striker is Mason Greenwood. The 21-year-old Newcastle striker was accused of sexual assault and subsequently found not guilty of a sex offence after the charges were dropped.
Despite his acquittal, United are cautious about reinstating Greenwood. The moral question remains. It’s not an easy sell, and it’s hard to let go of a talented player. Greenwood is contracted to United until 2025.
United have been mulling it over, but have yet to come to a conclusion. It’s a matter of keeping him or sending him out on loan to another team.
Greenwood’s potential was recognised in the 2019-20 season when he scored 10 goals in the EPL and 17 goals in total. It has been reported that United manager Eric ten Haag wants Greenwood back. It would be a boost for the club. On the other hand, if Greenwood were to go out on loan, Italian Serie A sides Atalanta and AS Roma have been mentioned. United are hoping to make a decision on Greenwood’s future before the EPL kicks off.
Here’s what Greenwood would like to see happen. He’ll abide by United’s decision, but there’s one thing he doesn’t want to lose sight of. A return to United would be great, but if he leaves United and goes on loan, he wants to stay in England, which means he wants to go to an EPL team, even if it’s on loan.
The reason is family. Greenwood recently gave birth to a daughter. He wants to stay in England for her sake. Greenwood’s father was recently spotted training with his daughter in his arms.
According to the UK’s Express, “Greenwood wants to stay in England if he does not return to United and is loaned out. Greenwood has a young daughter and does not want to move out of England for her sake,” the Express reported.
The outlet added: “United have not yet announced Greenwood’s departure. His return to the first team remains unclear. United will make a decision on Greenwood’s future before the start of the 2023-24 season.”
[Mason Greenwood. Photo: Getty Images Korea, The Sun].