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Manchester United may not entertain the return of Greenwood any more

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Reports suggest that Manchester United is unlikely to reverse their decision to recall Mason Greenwood during the January transfer window. This attributes to Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s laid-back approach to Greenwood’s future. The potential return of Greenwood is one of the initial significant decisions for INEOS. Thus, following the Premier League’s approval of the £1.3 billion deal for a 25 per cent stake in the club.

Ratcliffe and INEOS are in anticipation to assume sporting control from the Glazer family. That is once the Premier League approves their investment, a decision that can be final next month.

During this interim period, the 71-year-old has initiated preparations through meetings at Old Trafford and United’s Carrington training complex. INEOS has also been present at all three matches since the club announced the agreement on Boxing Day. With Sir Dave Brailsford and Jean-Claude Blanc being part of the presence.

The newly proposed sporting structure at United will lack the authority to implement decisions until the deal receives official approval.

What decision will United officials take on Greenwood?

Upon official approval, Ratcliffe and his advisors will face a pivotal decision regarding Greenwood’s future. That is especially after the controversy sparked by his intended return last year. According to journalist Ben Jacobs, a definitive decision on the 22-year-old forward’s fate will not be reached this month, despite his notable performances on loan at Getafe.

Reports suggest that Greenwood has found a comfortable and settled environment at the La Liga outfit. He was on a loan to Getafe on deadline day in the summer, following internal and external criticism that derailed the return plan proposed by the since-departed chief executive Richard Arnold.

Report say that Greenwood found a sense of stability at the La Liga club where he was transferred on deadline day in the summer. This move came in response to internal and external criticism that derailed the return plan proposed by the departed chief executive, Richard Arnold.

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