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Mason Greenwood makes transfer decision clear as Man United ‘consider’ swap deal



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Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood has made up his mind about his future after completing his loan at Getafe.

Greenwood, 22, played the 2023/24 campaign with the La Liga side after it was decided that he would not restart his career at United.

This decision came after the player was arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse in January 2022.

Although the CPS eventually dropped the case, United conducted its own internal investigation, which took several months. Despite nearly reinstating the player, fan pressure compelled the club to loan Greenwood to Getafe for the season.

Greenwood scored 10 goals and registered six assists as he was awarded Getafe’s Player of the Season award. The forward claimed he was ‘incredibly grateful’ to the Spanish club after the final game of the season this month.

It remains unlikely that the 22-year-old will return to Old Trafford, and it has been stated the club is looking for around £40 million in a permanent transfer. Reports have also added that a loan is not out of the question if that figure is not met.

Various options have emerged in recent weeks, with Borussia Dortmund holding an interest in the player while Atletico Madrid are open to including Joao Felix in a deal for the United forward.

That report claimed that United were ‘considering’ the move and whether Felix would be a suitable addition to the side. However, it seems that Greenwood already has a clear preference.

Supporting prior reports from earlier this year, TeamTALK has provided an update on Greenwood and claimed that he wants to return to Getafe next season.

While the La Liga outfit would not be able to fork out the £40 million figure wanted, a potential move could be made easier by the fact that Greenwood is keen to stay with the club.

It was added that Getafe are in talks with United in an attempt to secure Greenwood’s services on another loan deal. However, United are still hoping to make a fee from the winger, given his contract is up at Old Trafford next summer.