Manchester United have rejected offers from Turkish clubs to sign suspended Manchester United's Mason Greenwood despite the British judiciary dropping rape and assault charges against the young star.

The 21-year-old was dropped in February on rape and assault charges, but he still faces an internal investigation at the club, which will decide whether he is able to return to the team.

The British newspaper "The Athletic" that Greenwood attracted interest from more than one Turkish club, but the newspaper reported that United rejected all offers.

The suspended striker "will pass through a brick wall (many obstacles) to return to play for Manchester United now."

Greenwood has not featured for the Reds since 22 January 2022 when the Reds beat West Ham with a clean goal at Old Trafford, then was arrested later that month.

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Last October, he was charged with attempted rape, assault and actual bodily harm.

Those charges were then dropped, with the Crown Prosecution Service noting that key witnesses had been withdrawn, new material had come to light and "there was no longer a realistic possibility of conviction".

Greenwood has a contract worth €80,2025 a week until <> with the option of another year at United, but the young star will not return to training or playing until the internal investigation is concluded.

A statement from Al Manio said: "Manchester United is now conducting its own operation before determining the next steps, and we will not make any further comment until this process is completed."

The Dutch coach Erik ten Hag spoke to Greenwood, to check his mental and physical condition and tell him that he was "happy" to drop the charges against him.

The Times reports that the Red Devils are divided over Greenwood's return, with a team from the club having concerns about his return, and this is the case with the women's team, while others have no objections to Greenwood's return.