Greenwood to leave Man Utd as club conclude internal investigation

Greenwood to leave Man Utd as club conclude internal investigation
Greenwood to leave Man Utd as club conclude internal investigation

“After concluding their internal investigation into Mason Greenwood, Manchester United have announced that the forward is to leave the club. In a statement, United said the decision was one the two parties had mutually agreed on. “All those involved, including Mason, recognise the difficulties with him recommencing his career at Manchester United,” the statement added.”


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