Man United fans are demanding refunds for Mason Greenwood’s No 11 shirt after allegations of rape and assault surfaced.

Mason Greenwood, a Manchester United player, has faced even more backlash following his arrest on rape and assault charges, with fans returning replica shirts and demanding refunds after the club removed his products.

Cristiano Ronaldo, David de Gea, Paul Pogba, and Marcus Rashford have all unfollowed the 20-year-old on social media, and Nike has canceled his sponsorship deal.


Mason Greenwood was detained on Sunday, January 30th, following charges of rape and assault against his girlfriend. He will stay in police custody until he is questioned.

TeamViewer, United’s shirt sponsors, said they are ‘closely following developments,’ while official partner Cadbury stated Greenwood will not appear on any of their marketing materials.


Greenwood’s name has been removed from the list of players on the club’s online shop, according to Sportmail, and any search for him turns up nothing. Several fans also showed up at the megastore, demanding a refund for replica Greenwood No 11 shirts they no longer wanted.

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