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Serie A club want Man United to end Mason Greenwood’s Getafe loan with transfer price named



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Lazio are said to still be reeling from their failed venture to grab Mason Greenwood on loan last summer, according to reports.

Mason Greenwood, after it was declared that he would no longer play for Manchester United, travelled on loan to La Liga side Getafe for the season, where he has settled back into playing regular first-team football.

His loan transfer was a race against time, with Getafe sealing the deal just minutes before the summer transfer window closed, securing his services for a year – but Serie A side Lazio also wanted to sign him, with that deal falling through in the final moments earlier that afternoon due to technical delays.

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As reported by La Lazio Siamo Noi, Lazio still have “not gotten over” the failed transfer and are still looking to bring Mason Greenwood to the Stadio Olimpico.

The Italian outlet explains that Claudio Lotito, president and owner of the football club, is still keen to bring Greenwood to his club and may attempt to persuade Manchester United to end his deal at Getafe early.

Further to this, it’s said that Lazio are willing to put in a buy-clause of around £13 million in a loan deal to the Serie A in January – although Getafe are said to be reluctant to let Greenwood go.

The English forward has four goals and three assists in 13 appearances for the club, helping them climb out of potential relegation to ninth in the league table in the process.

Greenwood’s current contract with United expires in 2025, so if United want to generate any revenue from his departure, they must sell him in either January or the coming summer window.