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Getafe boss provides Mason Greenwood transfer update as Man United set price



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Getafe manager Jose Bordalas has provided the latest stance on Mason Greenwood’s future as Manchester United have set an asking price for the forward.

The fact that Manchester United will be selling Mason Greenwood this summer is no secret after the club announced last summer that the academy graduate would never play for the club again.

This decision was the result of the player being arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse in January 2022. Although the CPS eventually dropped the case, United carried out their own internal investigation and, due to fan pressure, ultimately decided that Greenwood would recommence his career away from Old Trafford.

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The Englishman was then loaned out to Spanish club Getafe, where he has since played 27 times, scoring eight goals and providing five assists.

There has been a lot of speculation surrounding his future, with Juventus the latest club to reportedly register their interest, and Getafe manager Jose Bordalas has explained that it is ultimately United’s decision where he goes.

“In the end his club decides and also the boy’s intentions regarding his future count,” Bordalas told reporters. “But I can say we are happy with his behaviour and his performance.”

In terms of demands, last month it was reported that United have now settled on a demand of £34 million for his services from next season onwards.

With United needing to raise cash this summer in order to fund future transfers, it is not surprising that this figure is fairly high. Prior to his arrest, Greenwood showed he has bags of potential and has proved at Getafe that this talent, for the most part, still exists.