Manchester United player Mason Greenwood is set to become a father for the first time, weeks after attempted rape and assault charges against him were dropped.

The 21-year-old remains suspended by United and has not played in the Premier League since January 2022 when he was arrested.


Greenwood is reportedly expecting her first child with her partner.

Greenwood was arrested last year after a woman made claims on social media.

The charges against him were dropped three weeks ago, with the Crown Prosecution Service explaining that the withdrawal of key witnesses “meant that there was no longer a realistic prospect of conviction.”

Now, The Sun reports that the footballer is expecting his first child.

The striker’s family is said to know about the pregnancy and Greenwood and the baby’s mother are “waiting” to welcome the child in the summer.

It is also stated that Greenwood is eager to return to the Red Devils playing team and resume his career as soon as possible.

While CPS has suspended criminal proceedings against him, Manchester United are now conducting their own investigation.


Greenwood hasn’t kicked a ball for Man United for over a year.

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He remains suspended by the club but is still paid his salary of £75,000 a week, and currently has a contract with the club until 2025.

Several of Manchester United Women’s players are understood to be ‘deeply concerned’ if Greenwood is allowed to return, while several of his teammates on the men’s side are also said to want him back for fear it will disrupt their season. . .

Manchester United supporter groups have called for Greenwood to never play for the club again, with former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan telling talkSPORT that the Premier League giants may have grounds to cancel his contract for discrediting Manchester United. club.

“First of all, he’s presumed innocent until proven guilty, and he hasn’t been proven guilty… but as long as he hasn’t been convicted in a court of law, that’s not the same as being innocent,” White and Host Jordan.

“Manchester United, in my opinion, would be well within their power to consider this to bring the club into disrepute.


Greenwood’s future at Old Trafford remains unclear

“From the point of view of the club that you would be seeing, is this behaviour, the nature of an arrest, with the charges against him, befitting a Man United player?

“With that in mind, I would have two options: Do I see it as reputational damage that gets you out of your contract with immediate termination, which opens me up to a situation where people might suggest that I have unfairly fired someone? ?

“Or do I put him in a situation where I pay his contract and get out of trouble that way?

“It’s an incredibly difficult situation for the club… but I think, without prejudging, they are on the ground to bring the club into disrepute.”


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