Nike confirms Mason Greenwood is not a sponsored athlete

Despite Mason Greenwood’s new Instagram bio, Nike has confirmed that he is no longer a sponsored athlete. Greenwood is a forward for Manchester United.

Charges of attempted rape, assault, and coercive behavior against the Red Devils forward were dismissed last week.
Nike has claimed that their relationship with United forward Greenwood has not been revived.

When pictures and videos were shared on social media in late January 2022, Greenwood was taken into custody.

He was then suspended by United, and the team just announced that they will launch their own internal review to determine his future.

According to rumors, Greenwood’s teammates do not want him to go back to Carrington because they think it would affect their season.

Despite being unsure of his future, Greenwood updated his Instagram account, adding the names of United and his previous sponsor Nike to his bio.

After the 21-year-old was granted bail last year, Nike fired him right after.

The sportswear company’s association with the England international has been questioned in light of Greenwood’s biography.

United and Nike are now mentioned in Greenwood’s revised Instagram bio.

However, Nike has stated such is not the case, and they have quickly dispelled any rumors that could have surfaced.

Mason Greenwood is no longer a Nike athlete, a spokeswoman told the Mirror.

Additionally, it has been rumored that EA Sports will keep the player out of their FIFA game series.

Greenwood expressed his gratitude to his loved ones for their assistance throughout the investigation and expressed his relief that the charges had been dropped.

United has suspended Greenwood ever since the charges first came to light in January 2022. He was then accused of one crime of attempted rape, one count of assault, and other counts of using coercive and controlling behavior. In November of this year, he will stand trial.

Greenwood’s Old Trafford contract is up in June 2025, according to a statement released by United “Manchester United takes note of the Crown Prosecution Service’s decision to dismiss all charges against Mason Greenwood. The club will now carry out its own procedure before deciding what to do next. We won’t say anything more until that procedure is finished.”

Greenwood has erased the majority of the postings from his profile, leaving only nine images—all of which feature him playing for United—and has added Nike’s account to his social network bio.

He made his club debut during the 2018–19 season. Since then, he has made 129 appearances for United and scored 35 goals. His final game was a Premier League victory over West Ham United at Old Trafford in January of last year, a few days before to his initial detention by Manchester police.

I’m relieved that this issue is now resolved, and I want to thank my family, close friends, and loved ones for their support, the man added.

“At this time, no other remark will be made.”

We don’t want Mason Greenwood back – Man Utd players

greenwood at training

The striker Mason Greenwood is not welcome back in the Manchester United team’s locker room, according to the teammates.

The team is concerned that it would halt their advancement, according to the UK Sun.

This week, Mason got his attempted rape and assault charges dropped.

The 21-year-old is still under investigation by the club, though.

Greenwood, who was listed as one of United’s U-21 players at the beginning of the season, is still a member of the Premier League squad list.

The players are open to him rejoining the club, but the scrutiny might be extremely upsetting, according to a source.

Nobody wants to upset the mood in the dressing room, which is the happiest it has been in a long time.

After defeating Crystal Palace on Saturday by a score of 2-1, United are in excellent form under their new manager Erik ten Hag and are currently third in the Premier League rankings.

Greenwood has a contract with United through 2025, however his last game for the team was in January 2022.

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