Champions League club establish interest in Manchester United outcast Mason Greenwood

Sevilla have reportedly begun targeting Mason Greenwood for a potential summer approach when his loan spell expires, as per The Mirror.

Manchester United will likely be open to sanctioning the forward’s exit on a permanent basis after the fiasco they oversaw in the summer; the club had provisionally planned (according to The Athletic) to bring Greenwood back into the squad after his charges of attempted rape and assault were dropped in February, but performed a u-turn following severe backlash from supporters.

On deadline day, the 22-year-old completed a loan switch to Getafe, where he will stay until the end of the 2023/2024 campaign.

Greenwood plans to stay in Spain

The Sun has stated that Greenwood is open to staying with Getafe, having settled in quickly in Madrid and grown accustomed to his new surroundings and teammates. However, interest from a Champions League club may prove too lucrative to turn down.

Sevilla have seemingly eyed a move for the United outcast, whose contract expires in 2025. They currently sit 14th-placed in the La Liga table, below Getafe in 11th, and sit third in their Champions League group after overseeing two consecutive draws.

Currently, it’s unknown what sort of transfer fee the Red Devils would be seeking for Greenwood. He has picked up one goal and one assist in five appearances this term.

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