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Mason Greenwood wants to make “crazy” transfer decision, says Getafe president



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Getafe president Angel Torres has spoken on the future of Mason Greenwood, who is on loan from Manchester United until the end of the season.

Greenwood, 22, moved to the La Liga club at the start of the season after United produced a U-Turn on his expected return to Erik ten Hag’s side after fan backlash.

He instead has restarted his career at Getafe, where he has become a key player in the European pushing campaign. They currently sit 10th in the table and six points away from the Europa Conference League spot.

Now, Sir Jim Ratcliffe has confirmed that the new INEOS leadership at Old Trafford will look at the 22-year-old’s situation themselves and make a judgement in the summer.

However, Getafe’s president has suggested that Greenwood is “crazy” about staying at the Spanish club for another season, despite reported interest from the likes of Barcelona.

Torres told Spanish radio station Cope: “They asked us about it, there was a lot of talk about the issue of abuse and we found out what had happened and I said, ‘let’s go’.

“He has a clear conscience, he is very comfortable and crazy about staying another year.

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“It’s a matter that they (United) have to decide. There is new ownership. They have to decide.

“In Spain, he has a market, but they [Barcelona] have money. Barca’s way of playing would suit him well, but it depends on Manchester United. If it’s true, he’ll tell me.”

Greenwood has scored seven goals this term while registering five assists. His future is still much discussed by United supporters.