Manchester United wonderkid Mason Greenwood goes to the shops with teammate Teden Mengi
Mason Greenwood, a striker for Manchester United, went out with partner Teden Mengi in Cheshire on Monday to forget about the last two weeks that had been hard for him.
The young striker looked relaxed in a white T-shirt and black shorts while shopping in Alderley Edge. This was just two days after his team lost to Crystal Palace 3-1 at home in their first Premier League game.
Greenwood, who is 18, joined Mengi, who is also 18, for a day out. He wore a baseball cap and running shoes to add to his casual look. The showing comes after a rough two weeks for Greenwood, who was kicked off Gareth Southgate’s England team because he broke the team’s strict quarantine rules. The striker and another first-time England player, Phil Foden, were sent home after it was found that they had set up for After brҽaking through the bio bubble set up to protect England players during their trip to Reykjavik, the player got a public reprimand from Southgate and a Football Association probe.
Solskjr said, “Yes, of course I talk to Mason and I have talked to Mason.” “Of course, what we talk about and talk about won’t be shared with anyone else. The child had a great year. He has just arrived.’I worked, the club worked, and everyone who works here worked very hard.
“We gave Mason enough time on the field, and we told the press about him.” Then, at the end of the season, when we had only been off for a couple of weeks, he was called up to the national team.
“I have to be honest and sαy that I did what I could over the summer to give him a break. That the club asked us directly and said he should have taken a break.After that season, he needs it for his mind and body. The first thing that happens is that 1) he is called up and 2) the press is all over him.
“We’ve done everything we could to keep him safe, and I’ll keep helping him. I know he’ll be fine when he gets back to the club and what we do to him every day.’
Greenwood and his partners had their worst start to the Premier League season in 25 years. On Saturday, they lost again.
The team played Crystal Palace from south London at Old Trafford. Most people thought they would win, but they lost embarrassingly by three goals, two of which were scored by a former United player, Wilfried Zaha.