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Mason Greenwood wanted by TWO Premier League clubs after Getafe president speech



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Mason Greenwood is now attracting interest from two Premier League clubs after the Getafe club president confirmed the player’s future with Manchester United.

Mason Greenwood has been listed as Manchester United‘s No. 1 priority sale this summer after the winger’s good season on loan at Getafe has significantly raised his market value.

After being arrested due to accusations of domestic violence and rape, the CPS ultimately dropped their charges against Greenwood due to lack of sufficient evidence and withdrawal of key witnesses.

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Although this happened in the middle of last season, United did not put Greenwood back into their squad, instead conducting their own investigation into what happened, and ultimately decided that although Greenwood did not do what was accused, fans pressure meant he could not restart his career at Old Trafford.

He was shipped on loan to Getafe, where he has enjoyed a fruitful campaign. Two Premier League clubs are now interested.

Premier League interest

According to a report from The Telegraph, the forward has received “at least two” enquiries from clubs in England’s top division, although it is still more likely that he will be sold overseas this summer.

Further, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona have also been credited with an interest in the forward’s services, although the former has played this down, and the latter does not have the financial ability to strike a deal.

Clubs in Germany and Italy have also registered their interest. United are believed to value Greenwood at around £40-45 million, similar to the fee Chelsea paid Manchester City for Cole Palmer last summer.

Getafe confirmation

Getafe president Angel Torres expressed that they want to sign Greenwood this summer.

“If it depends on the parents and the club, I think he will continue another year,” he told Radio Marca. “Manchester’s idea is to sell if there is a good offer, we will have to wait. I think he will stay.”