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“We will see…” Mason Greenwood’s Manchester United future latest provided by Getafe boss



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The latest update surrounding Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood’s future has been provided by Getafe manager Jose Bordalas.

INEOS are eyeing Mason Greenwood as an option to raise significant funds this summer amid budget restraints that currently surround Manchester United.

It is thought that United will have around £100 million to spend this summer before they must raise money from sales, with Greenwood toward the top of the list of those set to depart permanently.

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Greenwood has spent this season on loan from Old Trafford at La Liga club Getafe, where he has played 30 games, scored eight goals, and provided five assists.

While a minority of fans have pleaded for United to bring Greenwood back into the team, he will almost certainly be passed on once the summer window opens, with Getafe keen to keep him for a further season.

“We haven’t talked yet,” Jose Bordalas said surrounding if the club will bring him back for another season, as quoted by Mundo Deportivo. “He’s in the same situation. Now we’re focused on finishing the season with the best possible feelings for everyone.

“When it’s decided, it will be time to get to work, and we will see if Mason can continue with us for another year. The club and the fans are very happy to have had Mason this season.”

Is it thought that Greenwood’s transfer price is around £35-40 million, which is a similar price that they will want to sell Jadon Sancho for.