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Manchester United to extend contract of Mason Greenwood

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Mason Greenwood is rumoured to get contract extension from Manchester United. United seem to be extending his contract by one more year along with hearing offers for him. Many of the Man United players are set to be put out on transfer window. Sir Jim Ratcliffe now has all the control over the football operations. He seems to take some big decisions this summer. The only players who are guaranteed to stay at United are Alejandro Garnacho, Kobbie Mainoo, Rasmus Hojlund and Andre Onana. Although the fans are not happy with Onana, he seems to be starting for United in the next season.

Manchester United also need to raise their funds as they are in sight of Financial fail play restrictions. For that reason, the club will be hearing offers for many of their current players and maybe sell them too if proper offer arises. Aaron Wan Bissaka, Victor Lindelof an Christian Eriksen seem to be running out of contract next season. However there are no talks held with them by the club over new deals or extension.

Mason Greenwood to make his United return

Mason Greenwood’s Man United contract is going to expire in 2025. He is currently on loan to the spanish side Getafe. Greenwood has managed to score 10 times and assist 6 times in the 31 appearances he made for the La Liga side. This is a good stat considering the English winger returning to play football after 18 long months. Manchester United are interested in hearing offers for him and want around £30 million to £40 million according to ESPN. The Red Devils are not ready to negotiate for a price lower than this.

If any Club fails to meet the offer, United seem to bring him back to Premier League. In this case he will be offered a contract extension until 2026. Greenwood was very good for United and has scored 35 goals for them in 129 appearances. The Red devils don’t want the English international to leave free next summer and hence are doing all in their hands to make it profitable for the both parties.

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