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Manchester United planning January loan recall amid Mason Greenwood transfer update



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Manchester United plan to recall academy striker Charlie McNeill from his spell at Stevenage.

Just a day after signing for the club on loan from Manchester United, Charlie McNeill scored for Stevenage against Leyton Orient but has since struggled for minutes.

In light of this, the Manchester Evening News reports that the club will likely activate the break-clause McNeill’s loan contract in January after a lack of game time, and may look to send the striker back on loan later in the window.

Meanwhile, Mason Greenwood has continued to settle into life at Getafe, with the Madrid-based club looking to start negotiations with United about the player’s future.

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According to The Athletic, Greenwood is starting to settle into life in Madrid, having grown accustomed to the weather, food, and housing with his partner and baby daughter.

Greenwood recently scored a stunning goal against bottom of La Liga side UD Almería, which has prompted some to suggest that he may be regaining his full talents.

Getafe hope to open talks with United in April to explore the possibility of keeping the player at Estadio Coliseum he if continues his good form, a senior club source told The Athletic.

United have been tracking Greenwood’s progress, as they do with all their loan players, but an assessment will only likely be made once INEOS’ takeover of sporting control of Old Trafford is completed.

The chances of Greenwood returning to United are slim to none after the club admitted that there are “difficulties” with Greenwood “recommencing his career” at Old Trafford.