BREAKING NEWS: Fabrizio Romano has dropped the latest coming from Manchester United, sir Jim Ratcliffe has sent a warning to clubs looking to secure the signing of Mason Greenwood and also the fans that Mason Greenwood is not for sale. He said ” Given the fact all that has happened with “Greenwood” in Manchester United i want and I’m willing to bring him back to Manchester United, Yes we received a large bid for Mason Greenwood ahead of the January transfer window but its not accepted, he is a rare gem and his style of play is hard to find Greenwood is not for SALE he is coming back to man utd”.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has other plans, but Manchester United receives a "£40 million approach" for Mason Greenwood.


Manchester United recently received a substantial offer for Mason Greenwood before the January transfer window. The response from the club might unveil Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s intentions for Greenwood after he gained control of football operations from the Glazer family. Ratcliffe’s purchase of a 25% share in United for £1.3 billion was announced on Christmas Eve. However, the Premier League needs to ratify this, and Ratcliffe must approve football decisions before assuming office. Greenwood’s future, especially regarding his loan return to Getafe, will be among Ratcliffe’s initial significant choices.

There’s a delay in Ratcliffe’s decision-making regarding the 22-year-old forward after the noteworthy summer events involving Greenwood’s reintroduction at Old Trafford. Getafe is reportedly keen on securing Greenwood’s deal for £40 million in January, hoping to beat United to his signature. Additionally, there’s interest from AC Milan, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, and Real Madrid, intrigued by Greenwood’s impressive performances in Spain.

United aims to maintain Greenwood’s move as a loan for now, aspiring to build more interest and elevate his value. Greenwood faced an 18-month hiatus following his January 2022 arrest on charges of attempted rape, assault, and coercive control—all of which he denied. However, in February of the following year, the Crown Prosecution Service dropped all allegations against him due to crucial witnesses withdrawing their statements, enabling him to resume his career.

Despite this, both internal and external pressures compelled departed CEO Richard Arnold to halt Greenwood’s anticipated return, leading to his last-minute move to Getafe. In Spain, Greenwood has made an impact, scoring five goals and providing four assists in his initial 15 appearances.

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