In a recent announcement, Manchester United confirmed that Brazilian winger Antony will be returning to the squad after being interviewed by Greater Manchester Police regarding allegations of assault made by a former girlfriend. The club issued a statement on Friday morning, stating that Antony, who cooperated with police inquiries in both Brazil and the UK, will resume training at Carrington and will be available for selection.
United emphasized that Antony has not been arrested, detained, or charged, and thus, they find it appropriate for him to be available for selection. However, he will not be participating in tomorrow’s clash against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.
The club’s decision to include Antony back in the squad stems from his cooperation with the police investigation. United remains committed to a zero-tolerance policy against any form of misconduct and will continue to monitor the situation closely.
In other news, Manchester United is gearing up for the much-anticipated match against Crystal Palace, where they aim for a third successive win in all competitions. Their confidence is bolstered by their recent 3-0 victory over the same opponent in the Carabao Cup earlier this week.
Meanwhile, there are rumblings in the transfer market as Barcelona reportedly eyes United striker Anthony Martial. Sources suggest that Barcelona is considering a move to secure Martial’s signature, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the ongoing football transfer season.
As fans eagerly await the outcome of both the on-field action and the transfer market developments, Manchester United continues to navigate challenges, demonstrating resilience both on and off the pitch. Read Similar Story
Source: Man United Evening News