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Greenwood’s Company Facing Liquidation

Mason Greenwood’s company has reportedly been placed into liquidation.

The image rights company owned by Manchester United loanee Mason Greenwood has been placed into liquidation.

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According to the Mirror, the 22-year-old forward’s company, called TSM Sports, has been “voluntarily placed into liquidation”.

The image rights business is believed to have been set up by the one-time England international, who is currently on loan at Getafe in Spain, in 2019, but has taken a knock amid concerns Greenwood’s reputation might never recover from the damage it has taken over the past couple of years.

The striker was arrested in January 2022 on suspicion of attempted rape, which saw Nike, one of his sponsors at the time, drop him with immediate effect.

Citing documents published on Companies House, a voluntary liquidator was appointed to TSM Sports at the start of this month, with company director Greenwood apparently still set to profit £508 862 (R12.3 million).

Greenwood has since made a full return to football after the charges he was facing were dropped, but is unlikely to have a future at the Red Devils.

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While new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe has said a fresh decision will be made over the forward’s future, The Athletic recently reported the player himself might be reluctant to accept a return proposal. 

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