BREAKING NEWS: Announced by football guru Fabrizio Romano, 🚨Manchester United have performed a “sensational reversal” by deciding to allow Mason Greenwood to return to the club for pre-season training. The striker has not played for United since being accused of serious crimes last year, and was thought to have no future at the club. However, it is now believed that the club have decided to “give him a second chance”. This is likely to be a controversial decision. Manchester United Perform ‘Sensational Reversal’ – Mason Greenwood to Return to Carrington in Pre-Season”.


As Manchester United prepares for Saturday’s match against Everton, their first-team squad faces significant injury challenges, prompting the inclusion of several young players in training sessions.

According to reports from the Manchester Evening News, 16-year-old Bendito Mantato trained with the senior squad at Carrington on Wednesday, underscoring the shortage of available players for manager Erik ten Hag. Notably, Ten Hag has already introduced Charlie McNeill, Kobbie Mainoo, Dan Gore, Willy Kambwala, and Omari Forson to first-team action, with Mainoo establishing himself as a regular starter. This trend reflects United’s commitment to providing opportunities for their young talents to develop within the senior setup.

The injury crisis looms large for United, with as many as 10 players potentially unavailable for the Everton fixture, including Jonny Evans, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez, Harry Maguire, Mason Mount, and Anthony Martial. Additionally, United has numerous players out on loan, including high-profile names like Mason Greenwood and Jadon Sancho, as well as some Under-21s sent out in January to gain valuable experience in a senior environment.

Mason Greenwood, currently on loan at Getafe, has been productive in Spain, scoring eight goals, although uncertainty surrounds his future at United following off-field issues. Despite speculation linking him with a move to Barcelona, Greenwood may face challenges reintegrating into the United squad, as evidenced by reports suggesting he may be excluded from the pre-season tour to the United States due to concerns about his impact on the team, sponsors, and commercial partners.

Similarly, Jadon Sancho’s loan spell at Borussia Dortmund has failed to reignite his form, with just one goal and one assist since his return to the Bundesliga in January. Dortmund’s reluctance to pay a significant fee for Sancho suggests he will likely return to United in the summer, albeit with questions surrounding his role under Ten Hag.

Among other loanees, midfielder Maxi Oyedele has struggled to make an impact at Forest Green Rovers, with limited playing time prompting his recall to United despite still being technically on loan. Meanwhile, Dan Gore, currently on loan at Port Vale, is sidelined with injury but expected to return soon. Joe Hugill, on loan at Burton Albion, has scored one goal in four appearances but has been sidelined by injury in recent games.

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