GREENWOOD RETURN! – Man United sent three messages as Man United chiefs set to announce SHOCK Mason Greenwood return after ‘agreeing’ stance


United chief executive Richard Arnold had reportedly informed club staff he planned to announce Greenwood’s return to Erik ten Hag’s squad after a six-month investigation.

However, severe online backlash seemingly forced a quick U-turn. Arnold insisted he was satisfied that the 22-year-old forward was innocent of the allegations against him but confirmed he would continue his career away from Old Trafford.

Greenwood joined La Liga side Getafe on a season-long loan on transfer deadline day and is rediscovering his taste for goals in Spain.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s £1.4billion deal to buy 25 per cent of United will include total control of United’s sporting operations, leaving Arnold and football director John Murtough among those at risk of the axe.

The impending changes have sparked speculation over whether Greenwood could find a way back into United under a new regime.

However, Mills is doubtful over whether the Red Devils would be wise to consider what would be a controversial move.

“I think the optics around that [Greenwood’s return] would be very, very difficult,” Mills told Express Sport with Grosvenor Sport.

“Whether he’s having a fantastic time scoring goals or not, to bring him back to this country, I think it’s a very, very difficult decision.

“Because, unfortunately, the media controls the world effectively. And the optics around that, I think, would be incredibly disruptive.”

United are reportedly in agreeance with Mills. According to GiveMeSport, the Old Trafford giants are set on their Greenwood stance; he won’t play for the club again

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