BREAKING NEWS: coming from a reliable source in Manchester United its been decided that Mason Greenwood is coming to Manchester United. With the right wing being unproductive and Greenwood already showing why he’s a talent in Getafe its being decided that he’s coming back home. The 22-year-old has five goal involvements in nine starts for the La Liga side, three of which have come in the last five games. When Greenwood was asked if he would like to go back to United he said ” yes man utd is my home regardless of whatever that may have happened i love United. I still have an unfinished business at Manchester United”.

Mason Greenwood is a forward that Manchester United will need to decide on in the upcoming months as he continues to draw interest from Europe after finding his form again.


After United declared in the summer that he would continue his career “away from Old Trafford,” Greenwood has been on loan at Getafe this season. The 22-year-old has made nine starts for the La Liga team and has contributed five goals, three of which have come in the last five games.

Ever since he was arrested in January 2022 on suspicion of rape and assault, Greenwood has not played for United and there have been rumours that he could return when his loan expires the following summer.

Greenwood’s charges were dropped in February 2023, and United had originally planned to reintegrate the young player into the first team internally. However, the decision was changed in response to criticism from the supporters.

Despite United’s assertion in their summer statement that Greenwood “did not commit the acts he was charged with,” it is unlikely the England international will play for the team again. His contract at Old Trafford expires in 2025, though there is a one-year extension option.

Greenwood, on the other hand, is scheduled for sale. Getafe is hoping to sign him before competitors, and the Spanish team may have an advantage in any transfer thanks to an intriguing sell-on clause.

Getafe stands to gain from any sale at Greenwood.
The Athletic assert that while the La Liga team will only be required to pay 80% of any agreed-upon price if they decide to convert Greenwood’s loan into a permanent move, Getafe, who did not pay a loan fee for Greenwood, will keep 20% of any fee United receive for Greenwood if he is sold to another party.

Lazio is reportedly open to making a move as well. According to Italian reports, the Serie A team is prepared to offer a loan agreement with a buyout option or obligation of €15 million.

The upcoming arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe as United’s minority shareholder will not impact Greenwood’s future, while Getafe president Angel Corres insisted it was too soon to discuss his future even though he acknowledged his interest in a deal.

“We haven’t discussed the cost. We’ve discussed taking a close look at the circumstances and seeing what they have to offer,” Correa stated.

“I have a strong belief in Greenwood.” From this point on, we keep working and meeting with Manchester (United) to check on their satisfaction.

In actuality, they are content with the way they have been treated—not just by Getafe supporters, but by all of Spain. We now need to continue protecting him.

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