Mason Greenwood faces an uncertain future at Manchester United. The 21-year-old saw charges against him dropped last week, Sky News reported.
Despite charges being dropped, Greenwood’s situation at Manchester United remains unchanged.
The Bradford-born footballer is still under suspension, with the Red Devils launching their own investigation into his prior arrest.
Greenwood, who is reportedly considering a drastic career move to China if he is sacked by United, will not train at Carrington or play for the twenty-time league champions while he remains suspended.
The Reds have provided no timeframe on when the Englishman could potentially mark his return.
But according to The Guardian, the United dressing room are split at the thought of Greenwood returning to the fold, with some members of staff believing he has no future at the club.
With his future at Manchester United remaining unclear, United in Focus looks at how many times Mason Greenwood has been capped for England.
How many times Mason Greenwood has been capped for England
The two-footed forward has only represented the Three Lions once and that appearance came as a substitute under Gareth Southgate back in September 2020.
Wearing the number 23 jersey, Greenwood came off the bench in the 78th minute to replace England captain Harry Kane in a UEFA Nations League Group 2 clash in Iceland.
England won the game thanks to a 91st-minute penalty from Raheem Sterling.
However, Greenwood and Phil Foden were sent home from England’s hotel in Iceland for breaking Covid-19 guidelines.
The pair snuck in two Icelandic girls to the England hotel which resulted in pictures of the Three Lions stars going viral on social media.
Foden and Greenwood both made their England debuts just 24 hours earlier, but their actions resulted in a £1,360 fine from local police and an early flight home.
Both players were also not selected for England’s following international fixtures in October of 2020.
Speaking after the incident, Southgate said:”Unfortunately this morning it was brought to my attention that the two boys have broken the COVID guidelines in terms of our secure bubble.
“We had to decide they couldn’t have interaction with the rest of the team.
“Given the procedures we have to follow they will have to travel home separately.”
Despite being named in England’s provisional 33-man squad for the European Championships, Greenwood pulled out of the squad due to injury, which also meant he missed the Under-21 Euros.