Man Utd plans to reverse its decision over Mason Greenwood

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Following a public uproar brought on by leaked claims, Manchester United is prepared to reverse course on Mason Greenwood’s imminent return to the team.

The Red Devils had set the stage for the reintegration of Greenwood’s first team squad.

The Sun, however, claims that the response from supporters, domestic violence organizations, and politicians alike has shocked United.

For the past 18 months, Greenwood has been on administrative leave due to allegations involving a young woman after pictures and videos were uploaded online.

Prior to the Crown Prosecution Service’s announcement six months ago that the case had been dropped, the 21-year-old was charged with attempted rape and violence.

With CEO Richard Arnold apparently informing colleagues of his intention to confirm Greenwood’s return in the first week of August, United’s internal probe had supposedly come to an end.

However, some club staff members even threatened to go on strike in response to information about their plan to confirm Greenwood’s reappearance.

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