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Fabrizio Romano confirms Greenwood gaining interest from English clubs

Romano explained it is a good situation for United, because there are many clubs interested and the Reds are prepared to cash in to generate as much income as possible.

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Mason Greenwood has been enjoying life in Spain away from the scathing English media and cameras whilst on loan in Getafe. His resurgence has seen him gather interest mainly from Spain where he is currently at, even from giants like Barcelona and Atlético Madrid.

His resurgence has not been without shades of controversy, as his past mistakes still haunt him – this in reference to that incident with fellow Englishman and Real Madrid superstar Jude Bellingham.

This perhaps would suggest it is unwise for Greenwood to return to Manchester United or English football for that matter.

This however has not stopped some English clubs from closely following the forward’s revival, as confirmed by transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

The Italian journalist was recently asked in an interview about the prospects of Greenwood’s future and which clubs were looking to sign him. He reaffirmed the waves he is making in Spain and added that some English clubs may also enter the fray.

“Many clubs in Spain, but in England there is also some interest,” Romano mentioned.

This comes as a huge surprise, especially considering how the English public in general feel about the disgraced United forward.

After all the charges against him were dropped last year, The Athletic leaked that Manchester United were planning on integrating him back into ten Hag’s squad.

The move was met with so much backlash and outcry the club had to double down and hastily arrange a loan move for Greenwood.

It stands to reason that were another Premier League club to try having Greenwood in their squad, they would be met with just as much hostility as United last year.

Regardless of this, however, Romano explained it is a good situation for United, because there are many clubs interested and the Reds are prepared to cash in to generate as much income as possible.

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