Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood has put his house on the market, fuelling reports that he could be about to switch clubs.
Greenwood has not played for the club since January 2022 after being charged with attempted rape.
Though all charges were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service in February after major witnesses withdrew another evidence came to light.
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The 21-year-old remains suspended by Man United, who are still conducting an internal investigation over the allegations, which he denied.
Greenwood is under contract with United for another two years and the Red Devils are still paying him £100,000 per week. But, there has recently been speculation he could leave for a fresh start abroad.
The Sun now claims that Greenwood’s mansion in Cheshire has been circulated among local letting agents.
The six-bedroom and six-bathroom property, which has a games room, a home office and gym, reportedly has an asking price of £15,000 per month.
Greenwood has been seen training with a private coach recently in order to stay fit. On Thursday he was photographed working on his control skills and shooting in a 90-minute session at a public sports centre.
United are believed to be supportive of Greenwood training individually and could decide over his future before Erik ten Hag’s players will start reporting back for pre-season on July 3.
Greenwood was included in Man United’s list of retained players recently in a confirmation of his status with the club.
He has scored 22 goals in 83 Premier League games for United since making his debut in March 2019.