Nike terminates contract with Mason Greenwood following claims of sexual assault

Following claims of sexual assault, the sportswear company Nike has severed ties with England player Mason Greenwood.
Following “disturbing allegations” made against the England international, Manchester United has stopped selling Mason Greenwood’s shirt online, and Nike has ended its partnership with the attacker.
After photographs and voice recordings of suspected offenses were disseminated on social media, United suspended the 20-year-old on Sunday, January 30.
Greenwood’s shirt has been removed from sale from the club’s online store following the allegations.
Customers can not currently select the 20-year-old’s name as an option for the back of products and he can no longer be seen on the list of players on the club’s official online shop.
A search for his name on the page returns the result ‘your search for mason greenwood did not match any products.’
United are also offering fans the chance to exchange any shirt with Greenwood’s name on the back.

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