Check Out “Mason Greenwood returned to training ahead of a probable football return” The Sun published photos of the 21-year-old while he was working out with a private instructor.

He practiced his shooting and close control during the 90-minute session, which was apparently held at a public sports facility.

Manchester United has kept Greenwood on indefinite leave of absence while they look into his behaviour internally.

He was cleared in February of attempted rape, assault, and coercive and controlling behavior charges.

Key witnesses’ withdrawals and newly discovered evidence were mentioned by the Crown Prosecution Service.

Following his original arrest, he has been on suspension since January 2022.

Even though Greenwood’s name appeared on the club’s retained list, his future is still uncertain.

Mason Greenwood Returned To Training Ahead Of A Probable Football Return
Mason Greenwood Returned To Training Ahead Of A Probable Football Return

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As Arsenal look to sign one midfielder in Declan Rice, they could sanction the departure of another in Thomas Partey.

The Ghanaian international’s contract at the Emirates has two years remaining, and there are no negotiations scheduled to extend it.

Although a transfer to Saudi Arabia has been discussed, the midfielder is eager to move to Turin, according to Sky Sports Italy.

The 30-year-old has reportedly been chosen as Adrien Rabiot’s perfect replacement should he decide to leave Juventus this summer, according to the news source.

According to reports, Partey has consented to sign with the Old Lady, who are willing to pay Arsenal between £15.4 million and £17 million.

The former Atletico Madrid star is reportedly offered a three-year contract.

Everton have announced that Bill Kenwright will remain as the club’s chairman, with majority shareholder Mr Farhad Moshiri to join the board.

Colin Chong, the Toffees’ Chief Stadium Development Officer, has been named the team’s interim Chief Executive Officer and Director, according to the club.

James Maryniak will now act as Everton’s interim CFO in the meantime.

“I wanted Bill to remain as our Chairman during this crucial time of transition for the Club, and I am delighted that he has accepted my request to do so,” Mr. Moshiri said in a statement.

“Bill’s skills and extensive experience will be essential for us as we aim to refocus, fulfill the promise of outside investment, and position Everton for a prosperous future.

“We have a seasoned finance professional in John [Spellman, a chartered accountant] who has held Chief Executive and senior finance responsibilities for global corporations, and I welcome him to the club.

We have two senior club employees with expertise in Colin and James, who have volunteered to take on expanded tasks temporarily and who we are confident can and will produce right away.