Manchester United Youngster Mason Greenwood has been accused of sexually assaulting former girlfriend Harriet Robson.

The model herself did this by taking to her Instagram page to post series of gory images on her story showing the cuts and bruises the 20-year old allegedly caused.

She is seen with a huge gash on her top lip and blood streaming down her face and chin, massive purple marks, across her arms, legs and hip and all other sorts of obscure images.

Also inclusive was a voice note of her arguing with a man who threatened to forcefully have sexual relations with her.

In the meantime, Manchester United have issued a statement informing fans and everyone that they are aware of the allegations and have said that they ‘will not make any further comment until the facts have been established.”

“We are aware of images and allegations circulating on social media. We will not make any further comment until the facts have been established. Manchester United does not condone violence of any kind.”

The Old Trafford based side further released another statement declaring that the player would no longer show up for matches nor training.

“Mason Greenwood will not return to training or play matches until further notice”.

Robson wrote on her story: ‘To everyone who wants to know what Mason Greenwood actually does to me.’

Greenwood and Robson had separated after the his tryst with an Icelandic model back in 2020 which got him kicked out of the Three Lions squad.

But the pair got back after eight months in November the same year sharing videos of them together.

However, it is said that Greenwood has threaded a questionable path.

Some glaring occasions included his ouster from the England squad alongside Manchester City’s Phil Foden when the duo broke Covid protocols by inviting two women to the hotel in Iceland.

Greenwood has ever since struggled to make the national team although Foden didn’t take long before returning to the Southgate’s fold.

Greenwood was also reported during lockdown to have hosted parties at a rented three-storey home with neighbours complaining of being kept awake.

Greenwood broke into the Manchester United first-team squad in 2020 when he scored ten goals before the pandemic outbreak.

Greenwood has been a mainstay this season in the Manchester United squad scoring six goals in 24 games in all competitions.