Man Utd staff threaten to 'resign' over Mason Greenwood return following crunch meeting

Mason Greenwood's potential return for Manchester United has not gone down well with some staff at the club.

Many of Manchester United's employees may be ready to'resign' or go on strike if Mason Greenwood is allowed to return to the team in any significant capacity. The United management was said to have started plotting Greenwood's comeback to the first team this week.
It was said that Richard Arnold had secretly met with the club's upper management on many occasions to discuss his strategy for reintegrating Greenwood. United says there was no such arrangement and that Greenwood's future at the club has not been decided.
The Athletic, however, claims that the club's management have conducted "intense staff meetings" to discuss the strategy for Greenwood's reintegration. It has been reported that some employees "feel ashamed" and are even "willing to resign" as a result of the club's decision.

According to the story, if the club follows through on Arnold's rumored intention, a number of staff are organizing a strike. A United statement issued earlier this week maintained no decision had been made, but according to reports, at least some club employees believe Greenwood will be returning.

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Mason Greenwood hasn't played for Manchester United since January 2022


United has been called out to by Express Sport for comment on the recent article. The allegations against Greenwood of attempted rape, controlling and coercive behavior, and assault were dismissed in February of this year.
The 21-year-old player has always disputed the charges made against him. Although he has not yet returned to Carrington, Greenwood has been seen working on his own.


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