EXCLUSIVE: Man United are warned 'the world is watching' them to see how they respond to domestic...
A charity has warned Manchester United to respond appropriately to the allegations of domestic violence made against their 23-year-old winger Antony.
End Violence Against Women,a UK organisation made up of 143 specialist women's support services, warned the football club that 'the world is watching' in an exclusive statement to Mail Sport on Tuesday.
Antony was dropped from Brazil's international squad on Tuesday morning for 'safeguarding reasons' after his ex-girlfriend Gabriela Cavallin alleged that he threatened her while she was pregnant, damaged her breast implant, cut her finger with a glass and threatened to throw her out of a speeding car.
Manchester United sparked controversy earlier this summer having initially planned to reintegrate Mason Greenwood into the Red Devils squad following a six-month internal investigation into his dropped charges of attempted rape, assault and controlling and coercive behaviour.
Greenwood, whose case was dropped in February after 'key witnesses' withdrew from the case, joined Getafe on loan on deadline day after Manchester United reportedly reversed their initial decision and revealed that the forward would never play for the club again.