Due to Mason Greenwood suffering from COVID-19, he was left out of United’s squad to face Watford on Vicarage Road.
Greenwood was born in Bradford, October 1, 2001, and grew up in the Whipsey area of the city. He is of Jamaican descent. He has a younger sister named, Ashton, who has an athletic background as she is: A track athlete.
Greenwood joined Manchester United football club at the age of six, and after advancing through the academy, he joined the U-18 team for the 2017 season and proved his worth as he distinguished himself from his peers and was named the U-18 Premier League top scorer with 17 goals in 21 games.
His development continued in the club until he was named the best player in the tournament in May 2018.
Mason Will John Greenwood is a footballer with a central attacking position in the English Premier League and the England national team, and he made his first start in Manchester United against Astana in the European League in 2019, and he scored goals, becoming the youngest scorer in the English Premier League at the age of nearly 18.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Saturday 20 November 2021: “Mason Greenwood has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now in self-isolation.
Greenwood was then left out of United’s squad to face Watford on Vicarage Road.