Mason Greenwood ‘s girlfriend Harriet Robson accused the Manchester United forward of abuse, prompting Nike to express their “great worry” over the claims.
Robson shared many photos of her injuries on social media, which she alleges were caused by Greenwood.
“To everyone who wants to know what Mason Greenwood actually does to me,” Robson captioned photos, videos, and an audio clip.
Blood was shown streaming from her mouth in one video, and injuries were seen on different parts of her body in others.
United and Greater Manchester Police have both confirmed that they are aware of the messages, which have now been removed from Robson’s account.
According to The Athletic, Nike sponsored Greenwood and released a statement saying, “We are profoundly concerned about the unsettling claims and will continue to carefully follow the situation.”Greater Manchester Police released a statement to Mirror Football, saying they were looking into the situation but did not confirm any identities.”
Greater Manchester Police is aware of photographs and videos circulating on social media,” the statement added. The investigation into the entire facts is still underway.
“In light of the pictures, United also issued the following statement: “We are aware of photographs and claims circulating on social media.” We will not make any additional statements until the facts are known.
“Violence of any type is not tolerated at Manchester United.”
Greenwood and Robson had been dating since they met at Mersey School in Greater Manchester, where they initially met.
Greenwood’s public battle with the England national team, which saw him sent home by manager Gareth Southgate, caused them to break up in 2020.
Despite tight Covid restrictions, the United attacker and Manchester City’s Phil Foden found themselves in the limelight when the two slipped two Icelandic models into the team hotel.
Since then, he has not appeared for the Three Lions.
Back in November, the United player informed England manager Gareth Southgate that he didn’t want to be considered for selection so he could concentrate on his club football.
Southgate added, “We had a chat before the camp in September and we came to an accord.”
“John McDermott [the FA’s technical director] and I went to United and had a nice conversation with Mason and his family, and we essentially decided to put things on hold until next year.” “We’d skip the fall games.”
During his brief stint with the United first-team squad, Greenwood has received a handful of disciplinary warnings.
The 20-year-old is well-liked by the Old Trafford staff, and he signed a new long-term deal in February that will keep him with the club until 2025, with the option to extend it for another year.