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Fabrizio Romano denies positive Mason Greenwood Manchester United transfer report



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Fabrizio Romano has denied the latest transfer report surrounding Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood, currently on loan in La Liga.

Mason Greenwood will never play for Manchester United again as a result of an investigation into alleged offences of domestic abuse and violence that lasted over a year.

After the CPS dropped the charges, United eventually concluded that they would bring the player into Erik ten Hag‘s squad, but fan pressure saw Richard Arnold reverse that move.

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It was then decided that Greenwood would instead spend the season on loan, with La Liga side Granada taking him on for the entire campaign.

Reports on Monday claimed that Manchester United had made a positive decision to set a transfer price of £34 million for the forward this summer as Sir Jim Ratcliffe looks to raise funds for summer incomings.

However, speaking to Caught Offside, transfer expect Fabrizio Romano explained a decision on Mason Greenwood would only be made once a new sporting director is in place at Old Trafford – therefore meaning no price has been set.

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“There have been reports of Manchester United setting a £34 million asking price for Mason Greenwood,” Romano said.

“But they don’t have a direction yet, so they are focused on building a structure, and then we will see their decision on Greenwood and other transfer deals.”

Greenwood has played a total of 24 matches for Getafe this season, scoring seven goals and providing a further five assists.