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Borussia Dortmund chief addresses Mason Greenwood as transfer reports emerge



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Borussia Dortmund’s chief has addressed Mason Greenwood as a new transfer report involving the Manchester United forward has emerged.

The situation involving Mason Greenwood and Manchester United has been complicated over the past two years.

In January 2022, Greenwood was suspended from the team following allegations of domestic violence. Approximately a year later, the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the charges against him.

Subsequently, Manchester United conducted their own investigation into the matter. Despite initially planning to reintegrate Greenwood into the squad under Erik ten Hag, the club ultimately reversed this decision due to fan pressure, opting instead to loan Greenwood out for the season.

At the close of the 2023 summer transfer window, Greenwood joined Getafe. Since then, he performed impressively, scoring 10 goals and providing six assists in 35 appearances for the La Liga club. He won their Player of the Season award.

Various transfer links have emerged for Greenwood, however, the latest has been the possibility of a move to Borussia Dortmund.

According to ESPN, reports in Germany have suggested that Dortmund are prepared to take Greenwood on loan.

The Bundesliga club’s sporting director, Sebastian Kehl, has been asked about the 22-year-old and explained that all transfer plans are on hold until after the Champions League final at Wembley this weekend.

“I don’t want to talk about any rumours now at the moment because it makes no sense,” Kehl said. “Let’s play that final on Saturday.

“Of course we do have our plans for the next season and of course we discuss many scenarios, but nothing for today. Let’s focus, let’s anticipate that match on Saturday and then we’ll see how we move on.”

When asked if Greenwood is a player that Dortmund admire, Kehl said, “I don’t want to talk about that now.”

Jadon Sancho, former teammate of Greenwood, is currently on loan at Dortmund and is expected to start the Wembley final against Real Madrid.