Manchester United’s Decision on Mason Greenwood’s Return Unveiled Following Impressive Getafe Display Against Atletico Madrid.
Manchester United has unequivocally expressed their position on the potential return of Mason Greenwood, as indicated by a recent report.
In the preceding season, Greenwood faced suspension by United amid an internal inquiry into his behavior. During that period, charges including attempted rape, controlling and coercive behavior, and assault causing bodily harm were dropped after a key witness withdrew.
The one-time England international has consistently denied these allegations.
In their concluding statement after the investigation, United asserted that Greenwood would not play for the club again. On transfer deadline day, he was dispatched on a season-long loan to Getafe in Spain, with United covering his wages.
Although Greenwood has yet to replicate the form that once labeled him a future star at United, his contributions at Getafe have been noteworthy. The 22-year-old, who had not played competitively for 18 months at the commencement of his loan, has tallied five goals and provided four assists in 15 appearances for Getafe.
In a recent clash against Atletico Madrid, Greenwood showcased his prowess, playing a pivotal role in Getafe’s 3-3 draw.
Despite his improved performance, reports from TalkSPORT suggest that United remains resolute in their decision to keep Greenwood away from Old Trafford. The prevailing expectation is a potential sale next summer upon the conclusion of his loan spell.
Interest in Greenwood is burgeoning from renowned clubs globally. Earlier this month, TalkSPORT reported that Barcelona had dispatched scouts to monitor Greenwood’s performances this season. Simultaneously, Atletico Madrid is purportedly keeping a close eye on the forward’s progress.
Greenwood’s on-field action is slated to resume in 2024, with the La Liga campaign temporarily halted before the New Year. His next appearance is scheduled for January 2 when Getafe takes on Rayo Vallecano.