Sir Jim Ratcliffe ‘still undecided’ about Mason Greenwood's future at Manchester United
Mason Greenwood is currently on loan at Getafe
According to reports, Mason Greenwood’s two “options” for Manchester United, “boil down to selling him or reintegrating him into the first-team squad.”
Following the Crown Prosecution Service’s decision to drop charges of attempted rape and violence against Greenwood, there were rumours that Man Utd intended to reassign the 22-year-old to the team.
But when intense criticism was directed at their disclosed plans, Manchester United decided against bringing him back, and he went on loan to play for La Liga team Getafe.
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In his first ten La Liga games, Greenwood has recorded two goals and three assists. The Athletic has a report that delves into United’s long-range plan for the attacker.
They would be willing to hold on to Getafe after this season. They declared:
Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the head of INEOS, is set to take a 25% share in the Premier League powerhouses, which will affect Man Utd’s standing.
It should be highlighted that Greenwood will soon become “his problem” as Ratcliffe will assume responsibility for sporting affairs at Old Trafford upon the completion of his contract. The report includes.
‘A senior source at the club, speaking anonymously to be able to talk freely, believes that if he continues with his current form, Getafe will discuss with United the options for the future to see if he can continue in Spain. The club are planning to talk to United in April.’
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