BREAKING NEWS: 🚨🚨JUST IN, it has been confirmed that Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood will not return to the club this summer. The player has been the subject of controversy in recent months, and United have decided to move on from the player. The club are said to be demanding around €40 million for the player, who has not played for the club since January 2022. This is a major development in the ongoing saga surrounding Greenwood. Greenwood Set to Leave Manchester United as Club Demand €40m – News JUST IN”.


Manchester United has reportedly placed a €40 million price tag on Mason Greenwood, as a Dutch agent expresses interest in representing him. The 22-year-old, currently on loan at La Liga’s Getafe, is anticipated to depart United after his spell in Spain. Sport1 journalist Christopher Michel shared insights on Greenwood’s future, indicating that he won’t return to Manchester United but has found conviction at FC Getafe, with interest from Atletico Madrid and FC Barcelona. United is hopeful of securing a €40 million transfer fee with a contract until 2025.

Recently, Greenwood was offered representation by a new agent, as he is currently managed by family members, primarily his father Andrew. However, orchestrating a high-profile transfer in the upcoming summer will necessitate significant efforts from those off the pitch.

Dutch agent Menno Groenveld has expressed interest in representing Greenwood, noting him as a player suitable for his agency. Despite Greenwood’s past controversies, including a suspension by United in January 2022 due to allegations, which were later dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in February 2023, Groenveld believes Greenwood’s talent warrants attention and effort.

After the CPS dropped all charges against Greenwood, Manchester United issued a statement acknowledging the decision and stated that the club would conduct its own process before determining the next steps. Greenwood subsequently joined Getafe on loan following the conclusion of the internal investigation last year.

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