Mason Greewood made a choice for his future club


By: Manu Tournoux

Getafe has had to face a lot of criticism, but today, the club from the suburbs of Madrid is rubbing its hands at having welcomed the plague of Manchester United, Mason Greenwood. Kicked out (on loan) by the Red Devils after his domestic violence affair, the young 22-year-old striker bounced back in Spain. And the least we can say is that he lives again on the other side of the Pyrenees. Author of 5 goals and 4 assists in 15 matches, all competitions combined, Greenwood is enjoying his comeback after more than a year off. The Azulones too.

“We are happy. People who didn’t believe he would come saw that he came, and since then, we have continued to work with Manchester United. They are happy with the treatment he received by the public in Getafe and in Spain. We must continue to defend it. He hadn’t played for 16 months and in January or February he will have the rhythm. He will bring us a lot. We are considering every possibility, even buying it. It’s still early, but we have a percentage, and we’ll have to pay the rest.”declared Getafe president Angel Torres recently.

MU remains stuck to its position

Very good against Atlético de Madrid on December 19 (3-3), the Briton also received praise from a certain Antoine Griezmann. “Mason Greenwood really gave us problems in the second half. We couldn’t stop him and it cost us the game.” Performances which convinced Sevilla, Real Sociedad, FC Barcelona and Valencia to be interested in his profile. And in Manchester, the Greenwood case is starting to be debated. While some wonder if MU should not repatriate him, the Sun indicates that MU has not changed its mind and will look to make a good sale next summer.

“Mason has done brilliantly since arriving in Spain and is really catching the eye after a flying start at Getafe. There are a number of clubs interested in him in Spain, with scouts from Valencia and Real Sociedad appearing to be at the front of the queue. Mason is highly unlikely to return to Manchester United. He looks set to enjoy the next phase of his career in Spain, where he has really settled in and found his feet, both personally and professionally.”indicated a source close to the matter to the tabloid.

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