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Mason Greenwood set to bank over £500k despite image rights company placed into liquidation

Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood is set to bank £500,000 despite his image rights firm being voluntarily placed into liquidation. 

The Mirror has reported that documents published on Companies House show a voluntary liquidator was assigned for the player’s image rights company on March 1. 

Greenwood will reportedly make an estimated profit of £508,862.50 even after paying all the bills.  

The 22-year-old set up TSM Sports in 2019 but its liquidation suggests the forward feels his public image may never recover after the charges of attempted rape, controlling and coercive behaviour and assault in 2022. 

Nike were among the sponsors to drop Greenwood after he was suspended by United during a police investigation. 

The charges were eventually dropped but after an internal investigation lasting several months, United decided to send the English footballer on loan to Getafe for the 2023-24 season. 

Despite not playing for a lengthy period, the United academy graduate has hit the ground running at the Estadio Coliseum. 

He has scored eight goals and contributed five assists in 26 appearances across all competitions. 

Man United investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe recently hinted that the 22-year-old could return to Old Trafford for the next season. 

However, Greenwood will likely be sold as reintegrating him at United would cause a massive backlash from the supporters.