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Manchester United make decision on Greenwood’s future

Manchester United are said to be aiming to attach a price tag of around £50 million to the forward for any willing buyers.

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Manchester United have reportedly made a decision on Mason Greenwood’s status for next season. Greenwood, who is currently on loan at Getafe has been subject to admiration from Spanish giants including Barcelona and Atlético Madrid.

As The Sun reports, Manchester United have made a decision on whether to loan him out or sell him come the summer.

According to the report, United have decided against another loan and will be looking to offload him permanently.

“The Red Devils are only focused on selling the forward – if they are to let him go at all – and know there are other clubs interested in a permanent deal, ” the report clearly explains.

This comes as a huge blow to his current club Getafe as they were very keen on extending Greenwood’s loan for another season as he has been doing exceptionally well for them.

He has proper impressed Getafe and its hierarchy recording six goals and five assists in 24 appearances. A goal or assist every other match is enough to earn a stay.

His resurgence in Spain has captured even Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate’s attention, noting that the Spain move was really good for his career.

“Allowing him to get his career going again abroad appears to have been a good move. But I have to say I have not tracked it closely. At this moment in time it would be a big distraction for the team and let’s see where that leads next season,” Southgate noted subtly not ruling out calling him up in the future.

For now, Greenwood will continue trying to impress in Getafe colours and potentially attract more suitors before deciding where his future lies come the summer.

Manchester United are said to be aiming to attach a price tag of around £50 million to the forward for any willing buyers.

Getafe may not have the finances to complete such a signing, which is why United’s stance against another loan is a huge blow to the South Madrid club.

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