MASON Greenwood has made a telling change to his Instagram page after the charges against him were dropped last week.
The Manchester United striker’s recent social media activity may give a clue as to his next steps amid uncertainty over his future with the club.
Greenwood, who hasn’t played since January last year, has added the club and major sponsor Nike back to the bio on his personal page.
He has also deleted over 100 photos from his profile and all nine of the remaining posts feature him in United colours.
The 21-year-old faced charges of rape, assault and coercive control until they were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service earlier this month.
The case against him collapsed after a number of “key witnesses” withdrew” and “new material” came to light.
Greenwood has not returned to training at Old Trafford and remains suspended by the club, on £100,000 per week pay, pending an internal investigation.
However, a source told The Sun Online that his teammates don’t necessarily want him back.
They said: “The players are open to him returning to the team but the scrutiny could be massively distracting.
“The dressing room is the happiest it has been for ages and no one wants to rock the boat.”