Mason Greenwood has made his final decision as to his future after Manchester United declared he would never play for Erik ten Hag.
Although the case was ultimately dropped, the public nature of the evidence led to many fans campaigning against Greenwood’s potential to be integrated into Erik ten Hag‘s team, and although the club originally decided to move forward with this decision, it was reversed due to fan backlash.
Instead, Greenwood was sent on loan to La Liga club Getafe for the entirety of the 2023/24 season as the club promised to find him a new team despite the decision that he would never step foot in Old Trafford again.
And now, According to The Sun, Greenwood has made a definitive choice about his future – he wants to stay at Getafe on a permanent basis.
“The players and fans have all given him a welcome he could only have dreamed of,” a source told The Sun.
“He really feared his career was over. Now he’s just so happy and wants to carry on playing and not think too far ahead.”
The 22-year-old has played five fixtures so far for the Spanish side this season, scoring one goal and providing one assist. They currently sit 11th in the table, having won one game, drawn three, and lost one.
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