- Substantial proportion would be deeply unhappy if he played
- Others feel duty of care to player not found guilty of any crime
Manchester United staff are split over whether Mason Greenwood should be allowed to resume his career at the club, the Guardian has been told.
United are weighing up the striker’s future after prosecutors dropped an attempted rape case against him. Although a substantial proportion of the workforce would be deeply unhappy if Greenwood played for the club again, others feel a duty of care toward a player who joined at age seven and has not been found guilty of any crime.
Written by Jamie Jackson
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