Premier League clubs are scouting Mason Greenwood as they could be a possible move back to England, MySportDab reports.
The England International was forced out of the Premier League over his rape and abuse allegations.
Mason Greenwood have been doing well since making the move to Spain where he has been able to establish himself.
There are already interested clubs looking to make a move happen with Manchester United open to allowing the player leave.
The player chances of returning to Manchester United is impossible as they hope to cash out on the player after the success of his loan move.
Meanwhile those at Getafe are already planning on next action to make the move permanent when the loan deal comes to an end.
According to reports reaching us from Transfer News Live, they confirmed Premier League clubs are already sending scouts to watch Mason Greenwood progress.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Premier League clubs have frequently sent scouts to watch Mason Greenwood for Getafe this season and were present when he scored a worldie on Saturday.
It won’t be an easy fight with Manchester United also rumored to be hoping they can get the player back into their team going forward.
The links are already coming in and things seems to be working out again for Mason Greenwood who might decide on moving elsewhere.
We can’t confirm the name of the teams who have sent their scout to watch the player for now as no information is made available.
Mason Greenwood last game saw him scored a stunner which many of those scouts witness during their visit to Spain for Getafe match.