The 22-year-old has five goals and four assists in 19 matches in Spain’s top-flight. He joined the Madrid-based club during the summer transfer window after being exiled by United following an investigation by the police and internally in January 2022.
Greenwood faced accusations of rape, assault and controlling and coercive behaviour,
But the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case after a lengthy investigation that concluded last year.
With less than 18 months remaining on his contract at Old Trafford,
The United academy product will likely leave Erik ten Hag’s side.
It remains to be see where his next destination will be,
But he has enjoyed his start to life in Spain, and reports suggest that he could be attracting interest.
Man United loonee could join Atletico Madrid next year
The Spanish side missed out on a move for Juventus and former Everton striker Moise Kean after the deal fell through.
According to The Telegraph, the Argentine tactician is looking to bolster his strike options,
And the one-time England international is says to have attracted attention.
It has been claimed that Greenwood has “impressed other Spanish teams” with his performances this season. The 22-year-old featured during their dramatic 3-3 draw with Atletico earlier this season.
Antoine Griezmann scored twice and seemingly fired Los Rojiblancos to three points until late goals from Oscar Rodriguez and Borja Mayoral earned a point. Greenwood’s performance earned praise from the France international Griezmann;
He said: “In the end, you hold on… Greenwood hurt us a lot, we couldn’t stop him at the end of the game and two goals came.”
Man United loanee Mason Greenwood was back in the spotlight following Getafe’s 2-0 defeat against Real Madrid as La Liga began an investigation.
It is allege that Jude Bellingham made an offensive remark during a recent fixture between Getafe and Real.
The incident prompted a response from Getafe boss Jose Bordalas, who said: “I know the same thing that you know. It’s not up to me, it’s the club, La Liga and the Federation that have to make an assessment about it.