Mason Greenwood, also known as Mason Will John Greenwood, is an English professional soccer player. He will reach 21 years of age in October 2022.
Mason Greenwood- Biography
Mason Greenwood was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, and holds British citizenship.
He was born on 1st October 2001 to Andrew Greenwood and Melanie Hamilton and was born under the zodiac sign of Libra.
Mason, along with his sister, is a track athlete, Athson, and was brought up in Wibsey. He comes from a Jamaican heritage.
He stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 11 inches, and weighs about 70 kg.
His striking appearance and appealing character made him a triumphant adolescent athlete.
He has captivating eyes and a beard. He possesses sturdy athletic legs and an athletic physique.
Mason Greenwood- Career Struggles
Mason Greenwood is a professional soccer player. He is a member of the Manchester United team and plays as a Forward in the Premier League. He wears Jersey Number 11.
Mason began playing soccer at the age of six in school at Halifax and took part in various sports, setting a new record in the U13, 100m Sprint race in Great Britain.
Although he was eligible for the under 16s, he joined the under 18 Team for the 2017-2018 season.
He achieved the highest score in the U18 Premier League with 17 goals in 21 games.
At the age of 17, Mason made his soccer debut against Astana in a UEFA Europa League match.
He became the club’s youngest goal scorer in Europe.
Mason also gained recognition as the player of the tournament when the youth team won the ICGT trophy in the Netherlands.
In July 2018, Mason traveled on the pre-season tour of the United States with the first team.
On July 20th, he made his non-competitive debut as a substitute in a 1-1 draw against Club America and signed his first contract with the club on 2nd October.
In December 2020, Jose Mourinho invited him to train with the team for their upcoming match against Valencia in the UEFA Champions League.
He also became the club’s second-youngest player behind Norman Whiteside and the youngest in the Champions League Era when he was 17 years old.
He made his Premier League debut, defeating Arsenal 2-0, and became the club’s youngest league debutant.
In April, Greenwood was named the Premier League 2 player of the month.
He received the Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year award, given to the best player in the club’s youth team.
Mason made his senior club debut on the final day of the season, defeating Cardiff Club 2-0.
On November 7, he scored in United’s 3-0 victory over Partizan Belgrade, securing qualification to the knockout stages of the competition.
He also scored his first league goal in a 3-3 draw with Sheffield United on November 24. Additionally, in the final game of the Europa League group stage against AZ Alkmaar on December 12, he won a penalty and scored twice. As a result, Manchester United emerged victorious with a 4-0 win and secured first place.
In January, Mason failed to deliver in three matches, but in his fourth match against Norwich City, he scored in a 4-0 win. Following this, he excelled in games, scoring in a 6-0 win over Tranmere Rovers, a 3-0 win against Watford, and notching his fifth European goal in a 5-0 win over LASK of Austria.
With his outstanding performance throughout the league, he became the first teenager to score five goals in a single European season for United.
Upon his return to play after the COVID suspension, he performed exceptionally well in the last three matches.
He scored a total of four goals, including a 5-2 win against Bournemouth on July 4.
He scored against Aston Villa, becoming only the fourth player under 19 to score in three successive Premier League appearances and the first since Francis Jeffers did for Everton in 1999.
On September 4th, he was assigned jersey number 11 after previously wearing jersey number 26 for Manchester United.
Mason Greenwood represented the under 17 England team internationally between 2017-2018, making a total of six appearances.
He also participated in the Algarve Tournament in Portugal.
In September 2020, after quarantining for COVID-19 in Iceland, Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden were dropped from the England team.
Greenwood played 129 games and scored 35 goals, enjoying a successful time with the Red Devils. His first-year statistics were notable and surpassed those of Cristiano Ronaldo.
His statistics indicate that he will become one of the youngest and most promising soccer players.
Mason Greenwood- Relationship Status
As a professional Soccer player, Mason was in a relationship with an 18-year-old Model, Harriet Robson, during his initial two seasons.
Mason and Harriet first met at Mersey School in Greater Manchester, where they were both studying together.
Both of them hail from a city near Bradford, Wibsey.
Mason Greenwood’s girlfriend, Harriet Robson, was a popular fashion model on Instagram with a large following.
During their relationship, the couple frequently posted pictures together, keeping their fans informed.
However, the couple parted ways shortly after their anniversary for unspecified reasons.
In January 2022, Harriet Robson accused Mason of physical assault, providing concrete evidence of bruises on her face and bleeding lips. She posted a video on Instagram with a voice note, which went viral.
She later deleted the posts. According to her father, Robson’s mobile phone was hacked, and the content was not meant to be shared on social media.
Mason Greenwood- Arrest on Allegations of Physical Assault and Sexual Misconduct
Following the release of a video by Robson, Manchester United immediately suspended Greenwood from the team.
Additionally, Mason Greenwood was accused of s*xual misconduct and threatening an 18-year-old student. The young soccer player was taken in for questioning by the Greater Manchester police.
He was later released on bail due to lack of evidence.
After the case came to light, Nike terminated all business agreements with him, ending the deal without any compensation following Mason Greenwood’s arrest.
Nike’s decision to terminate their association with Mason could potentially cost him millions.
If Mason is found guilty, he will be prohibited from participating in any future games. However, if he is not found guilty, the terms of termination will be renegotiated.