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Mason Greenwood suffers transfer blow as Man United confirm two injury returns



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Mason Greenwood has suffered a transfer blow as Manchester United confirm two returns from injury ahead of the tie against Liverpool.

Mason Greenwood has spent the season on loan at Madrid-based La Liga club Getafe after Manchester United decided that he would recommence his career away from the club following accusations of domestic abuse that were eventually dropped by the CPS.

At Getafe, Greenwood has been subject to major interest after positive performances have piqued the interest of Champions League-level sides, with reports claiming that Barcelona were looking at potentially signing the English winger.

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However, transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has now explained that Barcelona are not currently working on a deal to sign Mason Greenwood despite the recent links between the player and the club.

Previous reports have claimed that Barcelona were ready to offer Greenwood the No. 10 shirt once worn by Lionel Messi.

Romano also went on to explain that United are open to selling Greenwood in the summer in order to raise funds. However, Barcelona are currently focusing on other targets.

Meanwhile, the club have confirmed that both Mason Mount and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are back in training ahead of the FA Cup tie against Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.

Wan-Bissaka has been unavailable for over a month following a leg problem, while Mount has not played since mid-November with a calf issue.

“Mason Mount, I think he is in a good spell now, and he will return shortly, I think, after the international break,” Ten Hag explained on Friday afternoon. He also confirmed that Wan-Bissaka should be fit to face Liverpool.