Mason Greenwood reluctant to rejoin Manchester United

An update on the future of Manchester United player Mason Greenwood, who is on loan at Getafe until the end of the season, has been provided today.

As reported by The Athletic, Greenwood is reluctant to accept a chance to rejoin the first team set-up at Man United, due to the way club handled his case and this alerted several La Liga clubs, who are interested in the player. However, at Getafe there is a belief that United have already triggered the option to extend the 22-year-old’s deal to summer 2026.

On the other hand, senior figures at Old Trafford have rebuked such claims and have insisted that no decisions has been taken over Greenwood’s contract and that no discussions have been held to that extent either with the player, his family or any interested parties.

The forward’s deal expires in the summer of 2025, with the Red Devils retaining an option to extend it for a further year. If the Premier League side decide against triggering this clause, Greenwood would be leaving the club as a free agent at the end of next season.

Although the club insist that no final decision has been made, it is likely that Englishman will be sold by United in the summer. Getafe are interested in extending the player’s current loan deal, while the likes of Atletico Madrid and Barcelona remain interested, but are put off by the €58m asking price.

Rajan Sangha | GSFN

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