Mason Greenwood is set to be offered the chance to swap international teams, according to reports.
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Greenwood is looking to revive his career after it was confirmed on Monday that he would be leaving Manchester United after the club’s internal investigation.
He was suspended by United in January 2022 after he was arrested and subsequently charged by Manchester Police with attempted rape, controlling behaviour and assault.
All charges against Greenwood were dropped in February but United wanted to conduct their own probe and have now decided to part ways with the striker.
It remains to be seen what club Greenwood will end up at next, although it is highly likely to be an overseas side, with Roma one of the teams linked to him.
At international level, Greenwood has been capped once by England but the Three Lions have not selected the player since he was arrested and charged and there is no suggestion that he will be picked by Gareth Southgate anytime soon.
According to the Daily Mail, Jamaica are now set to offer Greenwood the chance to change his international alliance.
Despite being born in Bradford, Greenwood is eligible to represent The Reggae Boyz because he is of Jamaican descent.
FIFA rules allow Greenwood to switch from next month, provided an official approach from Jamaica is made.
Jamaica have previously tried to tempt Greenwood to pick them over England but he decided to commit himself to the Three Lions, making his senior debut in 2020.
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