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Mason Greenwood Lists Lavish £15k-per-month Mansion for Rent as Speculations Rise About Possible Loan Move Abroad from Man Utd

Mason Greenwood’s mansion is up for let — suggesting the suspended Manchester United striker will soon be on the move.

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Mason Greenwood is speculated to be on the move, following reports that he has put his luxury mansion up for rent. The striker, who hasn’t made an appearance for United since January 2022 due to a suspension linked to accusations of attempted rape and assault – charges which were later dropped, might be leaving the club.

While the club is still conducting an internal investigation, Greenwood’s name was included in the retained list for the 2023-24 season. According to The Sun, Greenwood’s Manchester home, boasting six bedrooms, is now available for rent. This move fuels the speculation that Greenwood might be exiting the club soon. The residence is marketed by upscale letting agents with a hefty price tag of over £15,000 per month, or $19,000.

Rumors are that Manchester United has received interest from three Serie A clubs – Juventus, Inter, and AC Milan – all keen on recruiting Greenwood, albeit on a temporary basis. It appears that the club is leaning more towards a loan deal than a permanent transfer for the young forward.

Erik ten Hag along with several team members, is said to be open to Greenwood’s return. However, club executives anticipate potential backlash from this decision.

With a United career spanning 129 appearances and 35 goals, Greenwood is keen on an expedited resolution to his current predicament. The uncertainty is purportedly causing the 21-year-old striker some frustration. Interestingly, the ongoing takeover at United is not expected to impact Greenwood’s future with the club.

Currently training solo, Greenwood has been seen in social media posts, putting in work with a private coach.

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