The accusation now means the removal of the ability to go to work.
The centre-forward, who was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire, has been with Manchester United from the age of six. He has played for them 129 times, scoring 35 goals.
He was reputed to be earning £75,000 a week and had a number of lucrative sponsorship contracts.
He has not trained or played with the Manchester United squad since his arrest and the club has said that situation will remain until further notice.
Football playing careers are not long, a decade say?
The player, who has represented England once, was first held in January
A trial date was set for Nov 27, 2023, with the case expected to last 10 days.
That’s 20% of his lifetime career killed over the allegation.
Summat’s not right with this, is it?