Mason Greenwood named in U21 section of Man Utd Premier League squad
Mason Greenwood has been named in the U21 section of Manchester United's Premier League squad - although he remains suspended by the Red Devils until further notice. The England international has not featured for his club since January 22 when Ralf Rangnick's side beat West Ham 1-0 at Old Trafford courtesy of a 93rd-minute winner from Marcus Rashford.
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The forward was arrested by Greater Manchester Police on Sunday, January 30 on suspicion of rape and assault.
United moved quickly to suspend their highly-rated young prospect, stating he would not be allowed to train or play matches for the club 'until further notice'.
On June 24, Greater Manchester Police confirmed Greenwood's bail had been extended following a court hearing.
He is yet to return to action with Manchester United, who remain unchanged on the 20-year-old striker.
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