Premier League clubs consider move for Manchester United forward ahead of big decision

Mason Greenwood has scored eight goals since joining Getafe on loan at the start of the season.

According to Mike Keegan of the Daily Mail, there are several Premier League clubs with interest in signing the exiled Manchester United forward.

The report states that Manchester United co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his Ineos team are working on the assumption that Greenwood will be sold this summer.

Sources at the club stress that a final decision on Greenwood’s future has yet to be made.

Greenwood, 22, was charged with attempted rape, assault and coercive behaviour in October 2022 but the case against him was subsequently dropped in February 2023 after key witnesses withdrew.

United decided that it would be best for Greenwood to continue his career away from Old Trafford and I don’t think that viewpoint needs to change 12 months on.

The Mail believes United will not be short of offers for Greenwood in the summer, with a hint that Premier League clubs are beginning to consider a move.

Keegan reports: “Whether United will receive an acceptable price for Greenwood remains to be seen.”

Greenwood is under contract at United until 2025.

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