Manchester United player Mason Greenwood releases his first statement as he arrives at Getafe on loan to restart his career.
After his 21-year-old suspension of 18 months at United following allegations of domestic violence and assaults on his partner, initially in January,
A decision for his transfer to Getafe followed suit, evolving from mass pressure from fans to let him go.
Reports hinted Erik Ten Hag was willing to reinstall Mason back in his squad; however, a decision from United authorities saw him depart from Old Trafford for Getafe.
Richard Arnold told uncoveredug news reporters that “Greenwood’s suspension came following the release of photos and videos of alleged domestic violence against his partner online”.
Although United failed to get a permanent transfer deal from the club for Mason, Getafe has opened up the opportunity for the player to rekindle his career with the club until January’s break clause.
What happened next:
Greenwood speaks for the first time since moving to Getafe:
Posting with a Getafe jersey on his Instagram page, it captions “new beginnings.
And with a video, he said, Hi Getafe fans, it’s Mason here,
I’m so happy to be here, and I can’t wait to get started.
What now for Mason Greenwood?
His new boss, Jose Bordala,’s official statement on Mason:
Everyone knows what happened, and the appropriate measures were taken. We can only talk about football, obviously.
Everyone knows what happened, and it ended with a sentence that did not find him guilty.
He is a footballer of extremely high level, and he arrives at Getafe with huge enthusiasm.
I can only talk about it in football terms; we all know the potential he has.
He is a very young boy, just 21 years old, and we hope he will adapt to a very different language.
Getafe spokesperson on Greenwood:
We do not want to enter into the investigation. This guy has been declared innocent by the judge; he is innocent like you and me.
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