Manchester United’s teenage sensation Mason Greenwood has returned back to the Reds’ Carrington training complex after being left-out for his side’s last Premier League match against Everton.
Greenwood, 19, joined United’s world-famous youth academy in 2007 and after climbing his way through the ranks has now emerged as one of Europe’s most promising strikers.
After making his senior debut at the back end of the 2018-19 season, United’s teenage sensation has since gone on to score 19 goals in all competitions for the club’s first-team.
However, despite a hugely successful breakthrough campaign last season which saw the young Englishman net an impressive 10 Premier League goals, Greenwood has endured a tough couple of months.
A minor misdemeanour whilst away on international duty England saw the teenager sent home early for breaking COVID-19 guidelines, as per BBC Sport.
In light of Greenwood’s public punishment, the English mainstream media have been quick to jump on the 19-year-old and with recent suggestions that the teenager is not applying himself well enough during training.
Pressure was mounted on Greenwood after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s decision to drop him from the squad for United’s recent Premier League match against Everton.
However, good news appears to be on the horizon for both Greenwood and the United faithful as the Reds’ promising talent has now returned to training, as per Telegraph.
With the international break coming to an end, United are set to play West Brom back in the Premier League on Saturday with Greenwood seemingly back in line to be recalled to the squad’s starting-11.
Arguably the easiest and most effective way for Greenwood to shut his critics up is to let his football do the talking and we all hope he can do just that once he returns back to action, whenever that may be.