Manchester United are close to making a final decision on Mason Greenwood’s future following the conclusion of their investigation into his allegations.
According to The Athletic, director Richard Arnold had told staff around the club that he was planning to bring Greenwood back into the first team at the start of August.
He is happy with the prospect of Greenwood’s return following the results of the investigation, under certain conditions.
Arnold reportedly wanted a recorded video detailing the reasons for their decision to bring him back.
Furthermore, in his plans, the director did not want Greenwood to make any appearances with the Manchester United Foundation.
In addition, United’s director of football John Murtough and manager Erik ten Hag are also supportive and encouraging of his return.
The Dutch coach is open to bringing him back into the first team and giving him a new lease of life at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils are yet to make a final decision on Greenwood’s situation, but should make their verdict clear soon.