Although no firm decision has been made as of yet on Manchester United’s handling of the entire Mason Greenwood incident, things may become apparent “as early as tomorrow.”
In an interview with NBC Sports, David Ornstein of The Athletic gave this update. Additionally, he stated that “all scenarios still remain open” for United.
“Manchester United’s official position is that no decision has been made with certainty yet, and all possibilities are still on the table.
Tomorrow’s final decision
“And they are preparing for them, like reintegrating Mason Greenwood. Hold onto him and lend him out.
Sell him, or negotiate with their solicitors to have him actually fired. As early as tomorrow, we anticipate hearing from Manchester United with an update.
According to a devastating article published by The Athletic a few days ago, United CEO Richard Arnold had already informed the club’s workers that Greenwood would be returning.
On the football side of things, both manager Erik ten Hag and football director John Murtough were stated to support his choice.
The result of United’s internal probe had caused a significant outcry among fans, lawmakers, and celebrities alike, with the vast majority being dissatisfied.
According to a recent story carried by The Peoples Person, the club is likely to reverse its earlier decision in light of the strong unfavourable public response.
Ornstein further mentioned that there have been emergency meetings and that certain club employees “are willing to go on strike” if the forward is allowed to rejoin the team.
There has been a huge controversy over United’s Greenwood choice.
The player, for his part, has been working on his fitness independently while United is still waiting to receive his training data.
Greenwood has remained suspended by United ever since his arrest a year and a half ago in 2022. The Crown Prosecution Service subsequently announced this February that charges against him had been withdrawn.
United had previously stated that they would launch their own internal investigation before deciding what to do next.
The Greenwood situation has caused concern for the team, the manager, and all of the players, therefore it would be advantageous for everyone if a decision were made as quickly as possible.