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Mason Greenwood attracting interest from two European giants as Man United clause revealed



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Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood has attracted interest from two European giants whilst on loan at Spanish side Getafe.

Greenwood, 22, left Old Trafford on deadline day following an announcement from the club that he would not restart his career at the club.

The United academy graduate 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.

It was former chief executive Richard Arnold who made the decision that Greenwood should leave the club following an embarrassing U-Turn because of a negative reaction from the fanbase.

Now, Greenwood is looking to rebuild his career in La Liga, and he’s helped Getafe move up to 9th place in the Spanish top-flight table.

With four goals and three assists in 13 appearances so far, the forward has started to attract interest from elsewhere in Spain.

According to talkSPORT, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have both been tracking Greenwood and have each sent scouts to watch the forward in games this season.

His current side Getafe have also expressed their interest in keeping Greenwood on a permanent deal at the end of the season.

Interestingly, Getafe have a clause included in the contract they agreed with Manchester United which entitles them to 20 per cent of any fee if Greenwood is sold to another club, according to the aforementioned report.

It was added that when he was loaned to Getafe in the summer, United sources did not expect Greenwood to play for the Old Trafford club again.