Man Utd news: Richard Arnold grilled in no-holds-barred meeting with staff over Greenwood and Antony
Manchester United chief executive Richard Arnold held an extraordinary meeting on Monday to address staff unhappiness over a variety of issues this season, including the handling of Mason Greenwood and Antony.
Staff at United were invited to put anonymous questions to Arnold, which were addressed at a Zoom meeting in the afternoon. The handling of Greenwood, who was loaned to Getafe after a six-month internal investigation into his conduct, was one of the key topics of the crisis talks, as was Antony, who is the subject of a police investigation into allegations of domestic abuse. Both players have denied wrongdoing.
The meeting was described as no-holds barred and the tough line of questioning reflects the morale and anxiety around Old Trafford where they have been engulfed by issues off the field and have lost three out of five games to leave them in the bottom half of the Premier League.