Man United Open Talks For Second Loan Move For Mason Greenwood

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Manchester United are reportedly locked in talks over the future of Mason Greenwood as he nears the expiration of his loan tenure

Greenwood, 22, has earned rave reviews following his impressive loan shift with Getafe after his 18-month exile away from the game to rape and assault charges that nearly grounded his career.

The English footballing sensation hit the ground running, returning to elite-level performance for the Basque club, following his short-term loan move to the club.

In 29 LaLiga appearances, he has racked up a record 14 goal contributions, comprising 8 goals and 4 assists – his highest goal contributions in a single season in his career.

With two months left on his short-term loan deal, it is understood the player is likely to return to United but Getafe are reportedly interested in securing another loan deal for the player.

According to Daily Mail, the LaLiga outfit has open talks with Manchester United to broker a new loan deal for Greenwood.

However, the Athletic reports Manchester United are poised to part ways with Mason Greenwood through a permanent exit solution.

The Red Devils want an outright sale of the player with his estimated net value pecked at £40m which is understood to be beyond the means of Getafe, hence the move for another loan deal for the player.

Mason Greenwood has relished life in the LaLiga after his 18-month exile. He has received immense backing from Getafe chiefs, including the fans for his contributions to the team.

The LaLiga is more likely Mason Greenwood’s next stop if he leaves Manchester United at the end of the season with other LaLiga clubs reportedly plotting a move for the player.

Meanwhile, if no permanent exit solution can be brokered for the player, the club will have no other option than to settle for another loan move.

This will warrant the club to trigger the one-year extension on the player’s contract to buy more time to entertain permanent proposals.

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