Mason Greenwood is still kept by Man United on the list of players for the 2023/24 season, despite receiving an internal suspension.
Mason Greenwood has been suspended internally after being charged with assault and rape. However, the British Crown Prosecution Service withdrew these charges on 2 February this year, after the main witness decided not to participate further in the case.
Mason Greenwood is still suspended internally by Man United, despite no longer being charged. The “Red Devils” said they are investigating internally to see if the player has damaged the club’s image and breached the contract.
Mason Greenwood has remained on the list of Manchester United players for the past 18 months, after being arrested in January 2022. The reason for this is because Greenwood still has a contract with MU. This has nothing to do with internal disciplinary action.
Another notable development is that goalkeeper David De Gea is not on the list of MU players. De Gea is out of contract at the end of June. Man United say negotiations with De Gea over a new contract are still ongoing.
Manchester United will part ways with seven players this summer, including Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe. Eric Hanbury, Charlie Wellens and Manni Norkett all left the academy after their contracts expired. In addition, Ethan Galbraith and Di’Shon Bernard left the club on loan at Salford City and Portsmouth. These two young players both made their debut for the MU first team in the match against Astana in the Europa League in 2019.