MASON Greenwood has shared a major clue he is back with Nike after the sponsor dropped the ex-Manchester United star.
The 22-year-old striker shared a snap of himself wearing Nike trainers but it is unclear if he has re-signed with the popular sportswear brand.
InstagramMason Greenwood posted on Instagram wearing Nike Air Max 97s[/caption]
InstagramThe striker also shared a pic of a bag full of Nike trainers[/caption]
Nike sponsored the ex-England star before cancelling his contract in 2022 after he was arrested by cops.
However, all charges – which Greenwood has always denied – were dropped in February 2023 by the Crown Prosecution Service.
Greenwood has not signed a new contract with any boot maker since Nike cut him loose.
Greenwood also sparked speculation after uploading a picture featuring a number of different coloured Nike shoes in a bag.
Players without boot sponsors often play in blackout boots with no logo.
This could be because they are not endorsing a specific brand and do not want to be associated with a company until they get paid.
Others, such as Vinicius Jr, have also worn blackout boots in protest before.
But Greenwood has continued to sport the prominent Nike “swoosh” logo despite his axing.
The striker has also been spotted wearing old Nike Mercurial Superfly 4 boots this year.
In February, the sportswear company confirmed that Mason Greenwood is no longer associated with them.
This was despite the ex-Prem ace updating a social media page to include a link to them.
Greenwood “mutually agreed” to leave United on August 21 following a probe into his January 2022 arrest.
The Spanish club announced the deal just minutes before the summer transfer window deadline arrived on Friday.
Greenwood has bagged three goals and two assists in nine games, settling into the Spanish way of life with his partner and baby daughter.
United will receive no loan fee and will cover the majority of his £75,000-a-week wage during his time in Spain.
Greenwood still has two years left to run with the option of a further 12 months had the club wanted to take it up.
Failing to offload him would have left the club facing a payment of nearly £8million.
The Sun have contacted Nike for comment.
RexGreenwood has been plying his trade on loan at Getafe[/caption]