Mason Greenwood’s bail has been extended until Saturday, April 30th, with a hearing scheduled for June.
In late January, the Manchester United forward was arrested on suspicion of rape and violence on a lady, and authorities were given more time to question him.
Greater Manchester Police said that he was detained again on suspicion of sexual assault and threats to kill. Greenwood was released on bond three days after his arrest.
The England international has been suspended by the Red Devils while the investigation is ongoing. Greenwood’s bail was set to run out on April 30th, however GMP has announced that it has been extended.
Following his incarceration, Greenwood was removed from EA Sport’s football video game FIFA 22.
Cadbury, one of Man United’s partners, has also indicated that it will not collaborate with the forward in any marketing efforts.
Greenwood made his senior United debut in March 2019 and has since appeared in 129 games for the club, scoring 35 goals.