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Club president confirms interest in signing Mason Greenwood this summer



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A club president has confirmed their interest in signing Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood in the summer transfer window.

United are expected to have a busy summer in terms of incomings and outgoings with INEOS in charge for their first transfer window.

There is a need to sell players within the squad, partly so that there can be enough signings without financial concerns.

Mason Greenwood, currently on loan at Getafe, has been reported as one of the main players that the club are looking to sell.

According to various reports, United are looking for around £40 million for Greenwood this summer, and that would be pure profit for the Old Trafford side as the 22-year-old came through the academy setup.

Greenwood has scored 10 goals and provided six assists in 32 appearances for Getafe this season after returning to football.

Recent reports stated that Getafe had opened up talks with United over keeping the English forward next season, but there are doubts over their ability to sign him on a permanent deal due to the fee being demanded.

What Getafe’s president said about signing Greenwood

Despite this, Getafe president Angel Torres has publicly expressed his desire to sign Greenwood from United again this summer.

“If it depends on the parents and the club, I think he will continue another year,” he told Radio Marca.

“Manchester’s idea is to sell if there is a good offer, we will have to wait. I think he will stay.”

United should not allow another loan

Getafe’s wishes should not come true if they cannot provide £40 million, which is highly unlikely.

There is clearly a market for Greenwood, and other clubs will be interested in the summer. United should not allow another loan when they could be getting important funds from a permanent transfer elsewhere.