He used to be one of the best young players in the world.
Manchester United has said how much they want for Mason Greenwood, and fans can’t believe it.
Greenwood was loaned to Getafe over the summer because it was decided he couldn’t continue his career at United. Now, it’s said that another La Liga team wants to sign the 22-year-old.
The player is still under contract with United until the summer of 2025, and the new report shows how much it costs the club to have Greenwood on loan to Getafe.
Sevilla is also thought to be interested in Greenwood because of how well he has played for Getafe.
A story says that United wants to let Greenwood go because both Getafe and Sevilla want to sign him full-time.
News outlet Team Talk says that the price they want for the striker is around £20 million.
At a forum for fans last week, United’s CEO Richard Arnold talked about the £75,000-a-week forward. “With Mason, as I’m sure you can appreciate, this was a very difficult and complex situation,” he said.
“We did a thorough investigation over a few months, looking at all the evidence we could find.”
“The evidence we were given had important details that were not known to the public.” As CEO, I made the final choice that Mason’s job should go somewhere else.
It’s true that my choice changed over time, but I think we made the right choice for everyone.” But I can promise you that we have heard the comments and complaints, and we have learned things that we can use going forward.
Now, though, it looks like Greenwood’s time at Manchester United is over for good.