Revealed: Manchester United’s transfer stance on Mason Greenwood

An update on the future of Manchester United player Mason Greenwood, who is currently on loan at La Liga side Getafe, has been provided today.

As reported by Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United are yet to make a final decision about the future of Greenwood, however the feeling around the club is that they are willing to consider proposals in case of permanent transfer bids in the summer. The Red Devils are open to selling their academy product in the next transfer window, but are waiting for the green light from INEOS, who will have the final say on the matter.

After exploring the idea of reintegrating the 22-year-old back into the squad last summer, United decided to loan the player to Getafe ahead of the 2023/24 campaign and this was mainly because of a negative response from supporters about the prospect of Greenwood playing again in England.

The club therefore decided to go back on their initial decision, sanctioning a loan deal while they continued to think about what would be best for all parties. The left-footer has scored six goals and provided five assists in 23 matches this season.

The Englishman was initially phased into the team and after finding full fitness he has now established himself as a regular for the Spanish side. However with the end of the season fast approaching, the Manchester-based club have to make a decision on the future of the forward.

Recent reports have suggested that United want to cash in on Greenwood to avoid any further backlash if suitable offers are made. Various sides in La Liga such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and Getafe have a strong interest in the player, but it remains to be seen if they will meet the asking price of United.

Rajan Sangha | GSFN

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