SHOCKING NEWS coming from Fabrizio Romano, Real Madrid has emerged as a shock candidate to bring Mason Greenwood to Santiago Bernabeu. Controversial Manchester United player Mason Greenwood, currently on loan at Getafe, is attracting a number of huge European clubs. And real Madrid has sent representatives to Getafe to talk to Greenwood, negotiations are currently ongoing. He said ” I’m loving life here in Spain the fans made me feel at home I’m happy here, man utd and its fans made me an outcast and honestly I would prefer to join Real Madrid than going back to man utd “.

Man Utd star anticipates a major move as Real Madrid and Barcelona "eye Mason Greenwood."


Mason Greenwood, who is on a season-long loan from Manchester United at Getafe, is getting used to life in Spain. While speculation about Greenwood’s plans after next summer intensifies, a long-term stay in La Liga seems likely given the apparent growth in interest in signing him.

The 22-year-old’s future is reportedly decided by United, who will look to acquire a transfer fee before his contract expires in 2025.

After a 16-month absence, Greenwood has been settling back into Spanish life and helping Getafe climb into the top half of the La Liga standings.

He has four goals and three assists in 13 games for the Madrid-based team, and it is said that several elite players watched him when he returned.

According to 90min, Greenwood is happy with his life in Spain after relocating with his family and is thrilled with his progress in recovering.

The article lists Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid as some of the dominant European teams that have watched him play this season.

Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, two Bundesliga teams, reportedly have been monitoring Greenwood’s development.

Getafe is also interested in the Manchester United No. 11, despite other rumours linking Lazio and Real Sociedad to the position.

At the conclusion of Greenwood’s loan, Getafe president Angel Corres revealed that the team was thinking about turning it into a permanent one.

“I really believe in Greenwood.” From here on, we will keep up our regular work schedule. Corres said to Cadena SER, “We’re still meeting with Manchester United to see if they’re happy.”

“In actuality, they are happy with the reception they have received from both Getafe supporters and the Spanish people as a whole.” We now have to keep defending him.

The Athletic claims that instead of paying a loan fee to sign Greenwood on the day of the transfer deadline, Getafe added a 20% sell-on clause to his contract.

This implies that the La Liga team would either pay only 80% of the Red Devils’ asking price, or receive a portion of the transfer sum that United receives for the academy graduate the following season.

Even though Greenwood is content at Getafe, he will surely want to get back to the level he reached at Old Trafford during his incredible rise.

It is possible that he will wait for a transfer to the Champions League, as there appear to be early suitors from that elite group.

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