“He single handedly wants to end his career because what he said to Manchester United Loanee. That will be a very sad news but good news to Manchester United fans”-Jude Bellingham ‘at risk of huge life football ban’ for alleged Mason Greenwood slur which could ruin Real Madrid’s season.

A new report suggests that Real Madrid’s Jude Bellingham could face a significant ban if found guilty of allegedly using a slur towards Mason Greenwood. Getafe lodged a complaint with La Liga following Real’s 2-0 victory over Getafe earlier this month, citing an alleged incident between the two players during the match.

As per league protocol, La Liga included Getafe’s complaint in its weekly report to the RFEF (Spanish FA), highlighting incidents warranting further investigation. The report from La Liga, quoted by ESPN, stated: “After the match, social media messages surfaced alleging an incident where visiting player Jude Bellingham purportedly insulted local player Mason Greenwood in English.

Several media outlets have covered the incident, as noted in the attached report.”While footage of the alleged incident circulated on social media during and after the game, there was no accompanying audio. The RFEF has reportedly appointed a judge to investigate the complaint, with a verdict expected within two weeks.

If deemed a ‘serious’ offense by the judge, Bellingham could face a four-game ban. However, the penalty for a ‘grave’ verbal offense could extend to a staggering 10 games. Should such a ban be imposed before Real’s next fixture, Bellingham could be sidelined until May, missing crucial matches including the El Clasico against Barcelona on April 21.Yet, Real’s ongoing Champions League campaign might lead to fixture rescheduling, potentially altering Bellingham’s availability. Neither Bellingham, Greenwood, nor their respective clubs have issued a public statement on the incident.

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