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Man United choose Mason Greenwood’s future amid Champions League level interest



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Manchester United have chosen the path for Mason Greenwood they believe best suits all parties after interest around the player continue to generate.

Mason Greenwood was passed off on loan to Madrid-based Getafe CF after Manchester United declared that he would not play for the club again following the result of a domestic abuse court case.

Although all charges against the player were dropped, once the club tried to reintegrate him into Erik ten Hag‘s squad, there was significant backlash from large portions of the fanbase and it was decided that the player would instead recommence his career elsewhere.

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On deadline day of the summer transfer window, it was confirmed that Greenwood would spend the 2023/24 season on loan at Getafe, and he has since scored five goals and assisted four times in 15 appearances for his new club, generating interest from Champions League level sides.

There has been interest from both Real Madrid and Barcelona, according to reports, but despite this, talkSPORT have revealed that United still have no plans to bring him back to Old Trafford.

It is revealed that the “most likely” path for Greenwood now is that he will see out his spell on loan at Getafe before United sell him to a bigger club next summer.

Scouts have been “flocking” to see him play in the last month, with even Antoine Griezmann explaining that Greenwood is sometimes “unstoppable”.

Greenwood has a contract with United until 2025, so in order to cash in on the player, they must look to sell him next summer.