Manchester United are reportedly reconsidering their decision to bring Mason Greenwood back in the squad. Earlier, the United chief Richard Arnold had planned to reintegrate Greenwood into the squad. However, as per the latest reports and developments, the club is now thinking over the decision as the news of getting the footballer back in the team leaked, and the club received severe backlash from their supporters.
According to an earlier report published by Daily Mail, United had decided to consult their women’s team and sponsors. It indicated that the club was thinking of ending the 18-month-long suspension of the English footballer.
However, a report by The Sun reveals that after receiving severe backlash from supporters, fan groups, and public figures, the Red Devils have decided to cancel their plan. Not only this, but the reports also suggest that the club heads are ‘rapidly rewriting statements’ regarding their previous decision of ending the 21-year-old's suspension.
Notably, Greenwood was handed a suspension by the club following his arrest in January 2022. Due to the same, the player was unable to play for the club and train with his teammates. However, later in February, the officials announced that charges against him were dropped after the key witnesses withdrew from the case.