Mason Greenwood, the Manchester United striker, is still suspended by his club following accusations of rape which he has been the subject of for several months now.
If the English newspapers evoke every day the trial of Benjamin Mendy accused of 8 rapes, the situation of Mason Greenwood, is hardly any better. The Manchester United striker who is also the subject of a rape charge, since last January when he was arrested, he has been suspended by his club since.
No formal charges yet
Some thought that the parole of Mason Greenwood was going to allow the player to resume his professional activity, it is not so. Manchester United keep their player suspended from all activity for the time being. He does not play but does not have the right to train either on the facilities of the Mancunian club according to information from the Daily Mail. Officially, however, the player has not received any official charges from the British justice system, the English media said. He’s just in a position of parole on bail pending the completion of his case…
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