Mason Greenwood has been removed from EA Sports’ FIFA 22 following his recent arrest.
Over the weekend, a series of accusations – including images and a voice note – posted on social media by a woman led to Greater Manchester Police arresting the Manchester United striker on suspicion of rape and assault.
The Red Devils announced that they had suspended Greenwood “until further notice” in the wake of the allegations, while Nike have also suspended their partnership with the England international while he remains in custody for questioning.
Now, the latest database update for FIFA 22 shows that EA Sports have removed Greenwood from offline versions of the game, although his 78-rated card can still be obtained on Ultimate Team via the transfer market.
Police detectives have been granted more time to question the Englishman over the allegations, and Manchester United have also removed all Greenwood merchandise from their website.
Greenwood has registered 35 goals and 12 assists in 129 appearances for Man United since coming through their youth academy and played 82 minutes of the Red Devils’ 1-0 win over West Ham United on January 22.