Erik ten Hag and Man Utd players' stance on Mason Greenwood as Glazers to make decision
Erik ten Hag is reportedly open to welcoming Mason Greenwood back into the Manchester United squad.
Greenwood, 21, hasn't featured for United since January of last year. That was before he was arrested and subsequently charged with attempted rape, engaging in controlling and coercive behaviour, and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
This February, the Crown Prosecution Service confirmed that the charges against Greenwood had been dropped after key witnesses withdrew their involvement and "new material came to light". The forward remained suspended by United, though, who made it clear that they'd begin a comprehensive internal review before making a decision on his long-term future.
Mirror Football understands that Greenwood's fate could ultimately rest with stakeholders - including the Red Devils' women's team and commercial partners. Now, a report from the Sun says that Ten Hag would be 'happy' to bring the 21-year-old into his squad ahead of next season.