Manchester United is nearing the completion of its internal inquiry into Mason Greenwood’s behavior, and a decision on the forward’s future might be made in the coming weeks.
The 21-year-old hasn’t played for the club since January 2022, when allegations about his personal life arose on social media and he was suspended by United.
In October 2022, Greenwood was charged with attempted rape, controlling and coercive behavior, and assault causing actual bodily damage.
The Crown Prosecution Service dropped the charges against Greenwood in February, prompting the club to launch its own internal probe to acquire a full picture’ of the claims.
Greenwood has remained suspended during the investigation, and the outcome will determine United’s next measures.
Although no timetable was set for the probe, it was unlikely to be completed by the end of the season, though it may be completed while talks over a prospective takeover continue, with bids for the club still being considered by the Glazer family.
United’s inquiry into Greenwood has not yet been completed, but the process has progressed and a result is near.
The Glazers will make the final choice on what action to take against the player after consulting with corporate executive Richard Arnold.