MANCHESTER United star Mason Greenwood will find out TOMORROW if his bail is extended after he was arrested on suspicion of rape.
The England striker, 20, was arrested in January after his alleged 18-year-old victim posted images and videos on social media.
He spent three nights in a police cell and was initially quizzed on suspicion of rape and assault.
He was then rearrested for alleged sexual assault and threats to kill.
The investigation remains ongoing and Greater Manchester Police have applied to the courts to extend his bail.
On Thursday, lawyers for the footballer will appear at Manchester and Salford magistrates’ court in a behind closed doors hearing.
The legal process won’t be held in open court and Greenwood will not be required to attend.
The player remains suspended by United and last played for the club on January 22 in a 1-0 win against West Ham.
United have confirmed the player wouldn’t be available for selection or allowed to train with his team-mates until further notice.
A club statement read: “We are aware of images and allegations circulating on social media.
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“We will not make any further comment until the facts have been established.
“Manchester United does not condone violence of any kind.”
Nike later terminated its endorsement agreement with Greenwood after saying it was “deeply concerned by the disturbing allegations”.
His last appearance for the club came in a 1-0 win against West Ham on 22 January.
Greenwood scored six goals in all club competitions before his arrest.
He made his only appearance for England in his debut against Iceland in September 2020 but was then sent home for breaching Covid guidelines along with fellow star Phil Foden.