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Getafe make fresh Mason Greenwood transfer decision amid potential Man United director of football visit



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Getafe have made a fresh decision in relation to the future of Mason Greenwood after the player was watched by potential Manchester United director of football Paul Mitchell.

Mason Greenwood has been on loan at Madrid-based club Getafe CF since the start of September after Manchester United announced that the player would no longer play at Old Trafford.

Greenwood was arrested on charges of domestic violence in January 2022, although the player denied these claims and eventually the case was dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service.

United then conducted their own investigation into the matter and although they were originally going to bring him back into the fold, backlash from fans ultimately had the club reverse their decision.

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Greenwood has played 10 games for Getafe so far, collecting three assists and scoring three goals, and now the club want to make the move permanent.

“Getafe have discussed trying to get United round the table so they can make an offer, which they believe could be attractive to United to get Mason off their wage bill,” a source told The Sun.

“The likelier option is United agree for the loan to be extended as they know that Mason is happy and rebuilding his life.

“They know he needs to grow up and want him to do so — and so far the Getafe loan has worked out well for everyone.”

This news comes after Paul Mitchell, who is under consideration to become the new Director of Football for Manchester United by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, was spotted watching Greenwood and Getafe last week.