Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood is still unsure on where his immediate future lies, with the club yet to confirm their stance ahead of their first game vs Wolves on Monday

Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood is anxiously waiting for the club’s decision regarding his future.

Recent reports suggest that Greenwood has expressed his desire to remain in England if the club decides to allow him to go out on loan. The 21-year-old forward’s career at Old Trafford has been uncertain after being charged with attempted rape, assault, and coercive control. However, the charges were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service in February of this year.

Greenwood is now eager to get his career back on track. While United conducts their own investigation into the matter, Greenwood has made it clear that he would prefer not to relocate, especially after he recently became a father.

Although there is interest from clubs abroad, particularly in Italy, Greenwood is inclined to stay in England if he joins a new club, reports the Sun (via Mirror). The final decision rests with the club, as confirmed by manager Erik ten Hag, who inherited the situation but has yet to work with Greenwood.

Ten Hag stated: “It’s a club decision. Of course I have said my ideas and opinions but it’s a club decision. We all have to accept that.” Greenwood, a product of United’s academy, made his debut for the club as a teenager under the management of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Since then, he has made over 100 appearances for the Old Trafford side and scored 35 goals. He has also earned one cap for England.

Despite not featuring for the Red Devils for over a year, Greenwood has been training to maintain his fitness and prepare for a potential comeback. Last season, Greenwood scored six goals in 24 appearances for United’s first team.

Out of those goals, five came in the Premier League. However, the club have recently made a significant attacking addition with the signing of Rasmus Hojlund from Atalanta in a deal worth over £70 million.

Marcus Rashford was the top scorer for United last season, finding the back of the net 30 times. Meanwhile, forwards Anthony Martial and Jadon Sancho also face uncertain futures.

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