Manchester United has reportedly set a price for Mason Greenwood, reaffirming their stance on the player’s transfer.
Greenwood was loaned to Getafe during the summer transfer window after the club confirmed that he would continue his career away from Old Trafford.
Getafe secured his services after several clubs, including Borussia Dortmund, AC Milan, and Brentford, among others, opted not to pursue his signing.
He’s played five games this season for the Spanish team and scored his first goal for his new side against Celta Vigo earlier this month.
On social media, he wrote: “Happy to score my first goal for Getafe. Amazing team spirit to come away with a point.”
However, regardless of how he performs at Getafe, the 22-year-old has been informed that he will not play for Man United again, according toThe Express.
The Red Devils will look to offload Greenwood next summer, withTeam Talkclaiming the club could bank as much as €20 million – €25 million (£17.3 million – £21.7 million) from his sale if he enjoys a strong campaign.
A permanent move to Spain could be on the cards as reports claim he’s enjoying his time in Spain.
🚨 Manchester United have reportedly told Mason Greenwood he has no future at Old Trafford regardless of how well he performs during a loan spell in Spain with Getafe.
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— Transfer News Live (@DeadlineDayLive) October 18, 2023
Sevilla have also expressed an interest in signing the Englishman.
Greenwood played 129 games in all competitions for Man United after graduating from the club’s youth academy.
He scored 35 goals, with his last appearance for the Premier League giants coming in January 2022.
Will he make Spain his new home? Watch this space.