Sir Jim Ratcliffe believes that Mason Greenwood should leave Manchester United.

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Manchester United’s new incoming minority stakeholder believes that Mason Greenwood shouldn’t play for the Red Devils anymore. Moreover, he believes that the academy graduate should look for his future plans somewhere else. Greenwood was charged with severe accounts of assaults in early 2022. Because of this, he was out of the team for a considerable amount of time. However, the Investigation was completed in the February of 2023 and all the charges against Greenwood were dropped. Because of the charges against him, Greenwood did not play for the rest of the 2022-23 season. Numerous media outlets stated that the youngster should leave the club. He should try his career in another league to gain back his confidence.

According to givemesport, Manchester United sent Mason Greenwood on loan to Getafe at the end of the 2023 summer transfer window. The player will spent his whole season at Spain as of now. Moreover, Man United want to find a permanent club for the forward outside England. That’s quite understandable as Greenwood’s reputation is not very good in England at the moment. He should get some regular playing time elsewhere. Furthermore, that will help him to try to get back into his form.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe believes that Mason Greenwood should leave Man United for his betterment.

Mason Greenwood will return to the Old Trafford by the end of this season. However, that may face a huge backlash as the new incoming Man United minority stakeholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe is well aware of Greenwood’s situation. Moreover, the club does not want to risk their reputation on player’s cost. They can sell Greenwood to a bigger club than Getafe next season. Furthermore, that would be the best solution for both the parties. The player needs to get his confidence back and that he can’t do in England as of now. He should try another league wherein he gets time to develop himself.

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