Reports state that the Mason Greenwood from Manchester United has turned down the offer of to play for Jamaica despite the sources state that his career in England is over. The Man United forward is looking resume his career despite rape charges along with assault, coerciv and controlling behavior were brought on him, but were eventually dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service.
The future of Mason Greenwood for the Red Devils, i.e., Manchester United remains flux considering the charges which were brought against him. However, the situation concerning his international career seems a bit clearer at present, as reports state that Gareth Southgate who is the England boss, is not looking to consider the striker for the selection in the international team.
Is Mason Greenwood be eligible to switch allegiance?
Under the FIFA regulations, Mason Greenwood would be eligible to switch allegiance as he has been capped by the England National football team only once. But despite overtures from the Jamaican Football Federation is has been now understood that Mason Greenwood will not play there, as he declined the opportunity to make a change that would permanently rule him out of the future contention for the Three Lions.
His present circumstances
There are several options for Manchester United on what to do with Mason Greenwood. The Premier League club have been conducting an internal review over the player’s situation. The young striker has not played or even trained with the club since the early phase last year and sources state that the club is undecided on their course of action on Mason Greenwood.
However an array of options remain for United from reintegrating to releasing the player. As per the contract Greenwood is with the club for a couple of years now, and will be with the clup for a couple of years more.
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