Mason Greenwood teammates support Manchester United return as the board plans his comeback.

Mason Greenwood has the support of his Manchester United teammates ahead of a potential return.According to The Sun, senior players at Manchester United believe the 21-year-old has been left in “limbo” after charges including attempted rape were withdrawn.

Greenwood has been suspended by the club since his arrest, but it sounds like talks over his future are set to conclude before United’s Premier League opener against Wolves.

He was charged last October with attempted rape, sexual assault and controlling behaviour, and a trial set for November.But the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the charges in February.

A source told the newspaper: “All the players believe he deserves a second chance because he’s innocent in the eyes of the law.“He didn’t have the opportunity to clear his name in court because the charges were dropped, so the players feel like he has been left in limbo.“They know it will be difficult but they are willing to support him through it, and protect him.“Some of the younger players came through the academy with him so there’s a loyalty to him.“They know he’s made mistakes but the lads who’ve spoken to him say he’s grown up a lot in the past 18 months and will come back a lot wiser.”Truthfully, a lot of this seems like PR guff, and I would be curious to know which member of the Greenwood’s family is getting their side of the story out there.I wonder if Greenwood will ever speak about the incident which completely destroyed his reputation.United have yet to announce their decision on his future.

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