Greenwood likely to exit from Manchester United after this season

Manchester United

Mason Greenwood and his future is a huge talking point that Manchester United chiefs will look to resolve before the start of next season, with heavy interest in the attacker from abroad – but a new contract for the 22-year-old has not been ruled out, reports have suggested.

Greenwood is currently on loan at La Liga outfit Getafe, appearing in first-team football for the first time in 18 months back in August. The forward was suspended by United in January 2022. It was after being arrested by Greater Manchester Police on suspicion of rape, sexual assault and threats to kill.

Despite all charges being dropped in February 2023 due to a withdrawal of key witnesses, Greenwood hasn’t pulled on a red shirt since. Getafe being the only club he has made appearances for. And it remains to be seen whether he will feature for the Red Devils again. But having returned to the top-flight scene in Spain, other clubs have registered their interest in his services. But the report that United could still extend his deal beyond the end of next season.

Greenwood maybexit from United this season:

The report states that Juventus remain the frontrunner to sign Greenwood after his season at United. Though there is still every chance that the 22-year-old remains a Red Devils player.

Atletico Madrid and Barcelona have also been linked with the forward. However, the report suggests that a “number of clubs” throughout Europe have been in touch with United. They’re expressing their interest in taking Greenwood on the books in recent weeks. Selling Greenwood is still seen as the most likely outcome for the club to take. With new minority owners INEOS set to re-evaluate the situation surrounding his future. However, the former England cap won’t be allowed to leave Old Trafford on the cheap, owing to his age and potential.

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