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Man United make final Mason Greenwood decision after transfer meeting with striker



Man United make final Mason Greenwood decision after transfer meeting with striker

Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood is currently enjoying a successful loan spell at Getafe, having scored eight goals and provided six assists in 29 La Liga appearances

Mason Greenwood will not return to Manchester United in the summer to relaunch his career.

Greenwood, currently on loan at Spanish club Getafe until the end of the season, wants to extend his stay with the La Liga club, according to their president Angel Torres.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe, now in charge of football operations at United, hinted at a possible route back for Greenwood at the club when he addressed the forward’s future back in February.

Ratcliffe declared the club would ultimately make a decision on Greenwood, saying: “The process will be: understand the facts, not the hype, then try to come to a fair decision on the basis of values, which is basically – is he a good guy or not?

“Could he play sincerely for Manchester United, would we be comfortable with it and would the fans be comfortable with it?”

Greenwood joined Getafe last September after charges of attempted rape, assault and controlling and coercive behaviour against him were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service.

But it now appears United have shut the door on Greenwood returning to them, with Getafe president Torres saying: “If it was up to the lad, his parents and the club [Getafe], I think he would continue for another year.

“But regarding Manchester United, the news that we have from last week, when the Getafe sporting director went to England to see some games and was with them, is that if a good offer comes along, they would want to sell, because he’s not going to go back there [United].

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