Exclusive: Man United have made their final decision on Mason Greenwood says Romano

The future of Man United’s Mason Greenwood has long been a topic of conversation for supporters of the club, and now it seems that the Red Devils have made a final decision on the 22-year-old. 

He is currently on loan at Getafe for the 2023–24 season, although his name has mostly stayed out of the press in England due to a questionable event that prompted the club to suspend him while they await the resolution of a legal dispute.

In the end, Greenwood was permitted to resume his football career because he was exempt from appearing in court for reasons that were extensively publicized.

Man United will sell Mason Greenwood

A media briefing that was allegedly leaked ahead of the formal announcement gave the impression that this would take place at Old Trafford, but the reaction to it was so strong that the club was compelled to loan the player away.

As his loan period at Getafe in the Spanish first division draws to a close, Man United has made the decision to halt all rumors over his future. He has quietly rebuilt his career at Getafe.

“I already reported that Man United are prepared to cash in on Mason Greenwood and the situation hasn’t changed,” Fabrizio Romano said to CaughtOffside for his exclusive Daily Briefing.

“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.”

Though that’s clearly the best outcome for all parties, it will surely leave United and the player himself thinking about what might have been.

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