Greenwood joined Getafe on a season-long loan after departing Old Trafford last month following the club’s internal investigation into his behavior.
The 21-year-old was placed on indefinite leave by United in January 2022 following his arrest and subsequent charges of attempted rape, controlling behavior, and assault by the Manchester Police.
Even though the allegations against Greenwood were dropped in February, United chose to look into the situation on their own, ultimately choosing to lend the player to Getafe.
Meanwhile, Antony has been given a mutually agreed-upon leave of absence after being accused of domestic violence.
Gabriela Cavallin, the 23-year-old’s ex-girlfriend, claims that Antony physically assaulted her numerous times when they were dating in Manchester and in their native Brazil.
Rayssa de Freitas and Ingrid Lana, two additional women, have also accused the Brazil international of abusing her. While Greater Manchester Police do their investigation, Antony has promised to clear his name and has refuted all claims made against him.
The Athletic has now reported that United’s chief executive Richard Arnold convened a significant meeting with club employees to discuss, among other things, Greenwood and Antony.
During the Monday staff meeting, Arnold was asked a number of anonymous questions about the club’s handling of the problems involving both players.
According to The Athletic When asked if he could assure the staff that Greenwood wouldn’t rejoin United’s starting lineup, Arnold responded, “There’s no expectation that Mason playing for Manchester United.”
The lack of clarity regarding a potential takeover and the mounting debt incurred by the Glazer family were also topics of discussion among other things.
Arnold answered to a staff member who inquired if a resolution was necessary for the “well-being” of the organization by saying that United had “sufficient funds” on hand to pay its present obligations and that a process of strategic assessment was still proceeding.
Arnold was then asked why United was trailing Manchester City by such a wide margin, and he argued that the Red Devils were ‘making progress’ and ‘hunting down’ their opponents.