Getafe is planning to make an offer for Mason Greenwood in an attempt to entice Manchester United.
As reported by The Sun, Getafe wants to sign the in-form Mason Greenwood from Manchester United. Getafe’s strategy involves leveraging United’s interest in reducing their substantial wage bill, although United is said to prefer loaning out the 22-year-old for another season instead.
Following the dropping of charges of attempted rape, which Greenwood consistently denied, he made a surprising deadline-day loan move to La Liga club Getafe with the aim of rejuvenating his career.
Getafe is currently covering £75,000 of Greenwood’s salary, and he has contributed with one goal and two assists in eight league appearances. Greenwood’s contract with United is set to expire in 2025.
Nevertheless, the presence of transfer expert Paul Mitchell, who is rumored to assume the role of sporting director at United after Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s investment is finalized, at the Getafe vs. Cadiz match in Spain has fueled speculations about a possible return to Old Trafford.