MASON Greenwood has broken his cover as a decision on the suspended striker's future looms.
Greenwood, 21, was snapped being driven by his dad near to their Manchester home.
He looked tense today as he sat in the passenger seat of the blue Mercedes bearing a worried expression.
The striker has not played for Manchester United since he was arrested in January last year.
He was later charged with attempted rape, assault and controlling and coercive behaviour, before the charges were dropped in February.
Meanwhile, Utd have been conducting their own investigation into the allegations.
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However, since all charges were dropped, Greenwood has been desperate to rebuild his life and wants to resume his footie career at Old Trafford.
His appearance today comes after Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag spoke about the striker with a decision on the suspended star set to be "made in days".
The outcome of these talks, and Greenwood's future at the Red Devils, is said to be finalised imminently, with the club set to make an announcement within the next 10 days, according to MailOnline.
A final decision on Greenwood's next career move will reportedly be made before United's opening game of the season against Wolves on August 14.
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This comes as a Man Utd expert has revealed his three-point plan for Mason Greenwood as a decision on the suspended star looms.
Mark Goldbridge, a talkSPORT pundit, gave his opinion after asking fans how they would feel about the striker's return.
The football pundit took to Twitter and replied to one fan, he wrote: "Mine is a year loan is obviously the best choice."
He continued: "1. Doesn't cause a s***storm.
"2. Doesn't derail our season with media Greenwood obsession.
"3. The player can focus on returning to football away from the mental pressure of the media and fan backlash. Away games in particular."
Goldbridge was speaking after Utd boss Erik ten Hag addressed the situation during United's pre-season tour.
Manchester Evening News reported ten Hag was asked if he had spoken to Greenwood recently at the RIMAC Annex at the University of California San Diego on Saturday.
The Dutchman, 53, replied: "I said everything in New York. I don't want to answer the question anymore because it's not different.
"I've shared my opinion and I don't want to repeat my opinion."
Ahead of Utd's friendly with Arsenal at the MetLife Stadium on July 22, Ten Hag was also questioned about Greenwood.
He told reporters: "On this, it's a club decision and of course, I said my opinions but it's a club decision and we have to accept that."
And asked whether he would like to keep Greenwood at the club, the manager added: "I can't say so much about it but I shared my opinion about it, so let's see what's going to happen."
The striker's three options are staying with the Red Devils, moving to another English club or elsewhere in Europe, perhaps on loan.
It is understood Ten Hag and the majority of the first team are willing to give Greenwood another chance, but a loan move abroad appears to be the most likely option.
United's women's team is also reported to have reservations, while sponsors are also concerned about being linked to the £75,000-a-week player.
Elsewhere, Rasmus Hojlund will be unveiled as a Manchester United player this week, according to reports.
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