Manchester United want to sell Mason Greenwood permanently

Manchester United intend to sell Mason Greenwood at all costs in the summer, as another loan move may not materialise.

According to Fabrizio Romano on Caught Offside, Manchester United have every intention of selling Mason Greenwood, as a loan move might not materialise again for the 22-year-old attacker. The chances of the forward returning to England are also slim, as he could stay abroad, either in Spain or Italy.

Does Manchester United want Mason Greenwood sale?

The Mason Greenwood issue could return in the summer, as Manchester United might face another fan backlash with regards to the 22-year-old. Last summer, when the striker returned to the club after seeing his charges dropped, the supporters did not want him anywhere near the club and demanded the termination of his contract. Instead, the Red Devils sent him out on loan, which did disappoint some groups.

With Greenwood showing he can still perform at the highest levels despite missing the game for a long time due to his legal battles. The 22-year-old has had a good season with 16-goal contributions and already has a few suitors chasing his signature.

There have been suggestions that Manchester United might loan out Greenwood again earlier this year, although now, Fabrizio Romano reiterated the club will look to sell him at all costs. Getafe are interested in opening talks with the club to see if they can bring him on another loan, but their homes might soon be quashed, with Manchester United likely to demand big for the 22-year-old forward.

Romano insisted that Manchester United wanted to get rid of the 22-year-old once and for all, but their decision has not changed in recent times. He also suggested that Getafe is trying hard to keep him on loan for another season, but he also pointed at FFP problems that will force the Red Devils to look for a sale rather than a loan.

Romano said, “I already reported that Man United are prepared to cash in on Mason Greenwood and the situation hasn’t changed,”

“Man United will wait for permanent transfer proposals because the priority is a sale in order to make profit for Financial Fair Play, although Getafe still hope to keep him on loan.”

Where can Greenwood go?

There’s a significant PR factor that may prevent Premier League clubs from signing the 22-year-old forward in the summer. Hence, should Greenwood leave Manchester United, it could be for a side abroad, with Atletico Madrid one of the clubs keen, while Barcelona and Real Madrid have already ruled out the prospect.

Diego Simeone is looking for a new forward amid recent links to Arsenal’s Gabriel Jesus. Juventus are also keen, with some reports stating that Manchester United might even use him in a deal for defensive target Gleison Bremer.

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