Mason Greenwood ‘plans to marry his pregnant partner’ after sexual assault charges against him are dropped
- The striker was seen outside a five-star hotel with his pregnant girlfriend
- It is said that the footballer has already spoken with the family about the marriage
Manchester United star Mason Greenwood was seen walking with his pregnant girlfriend whom he plans to marry.
The striker, who was pictured outside the five-star Langham Hotel in central London, is expecting his first child this summer.
The 21-year-old was pictured with the university student, both dressed in white tracksuits and carrying Louis Vuitton luggage, outside the hotel where rooms can cost around £600 a night.
The 21-year-old is believed to have already discussed marriage plans with his family members, according to Sun.
This comes after the 75,000 a week footballer was arrested following an allegation made against him by a woman who stopped his career.
Manchester United star Mason Greenwood was pictured outside the five-star Langham Hotel in central London with his pregnant girlfriend whom he plans to marry.
This comes after the 75,000 a week footballer was arrested following an allegation made against him by a woman who put his football career on hold.
Greenwood was charged with attempted rape, assault, and controlling and coercive behavior.
The CPS made the decision to stay prosecution under the Code for Crown Prosecutors following the ‘removal of key witnesses’.
Manchester United will conduct an internal investigation into the circumstances surrounding his arrest.
The club also issued a statement saying the club ‘Notes the Crown Prosecution Service’s decision that all charges against Mason Greenwood have been dropped. The club will now carry out its own process before determining the next steps.”
The star is said to have spoken to United manager Erik ten Hag, but his future at the club and internationally remains uncertain, with a report in The Sun claiming Southgate will never select Greenwood for England again.
Greenwood issued a statement after the charges were dropped, stating that he was “relieved that this matter is over.”
The striker is still reportedly hopeful that he can resurrect his career in England.