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REAL MADRID and Barcelona are closely monitoring Mason Greenwood, and Manchester United is now inclined towards selling the Getafe loanee.

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The Red Devils have unequivocally dismissed any notion of recalling the forward in the upcoming summer.

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Mason Greenwood, the 22-year-old Englishman with a solitary international cap, has left a lasting impression at Getafe since his arrival on transfer deadline day. His impressive tally of five goals and overall stellar performances have caught the attention of prominent LaLiga clubs.

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During Getafe’s remarkable 3-3 comeback draw against 10-man Atletico Madrid, Greenwood, though not scoring, posed a consistent threat. Even Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann, a legendary striker, praised Greenwood, acknowledging that the young Englishman was a formidable force in the second half and a significant factor in their team’s struggle.

Griezmann, who himself netted twice in the game, said, “Mason Greenwood was really causing us problems in the second half. We couldn’t stop him, and it cost us the game.”

Getafe’s manager, Jose Bordalas, expressed his admiration for Greenwood, emphasizing that he has always considered him a fantastic player who is gradually reaching his peak. Bordalas expressed a desire to retain Greenwood, showcasing the positive treatment he has received at Getafe.

However, if Real Madrid and Barcelona intensify their interest, Greenwood might be on the verge of a remarkable permanent transfer at the end of the season.

It’s worth noting that Greenwood faced legal issues in January 2022, being arrested on charges of attempted rape, assault, and coercive control. He denied all charges, and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) subsequently dropped them.

Initially considering integrating him back into their squad, Manchester United faced backlash from many fans. As a result, Greenwood was loaned to Getafe, and the latest indications suggest that United is now determined to offload him permanently next summer.

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