Manchester United Reject First Mason Greenwood Bid

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Manchester United have rejected a first transfer offer for Mason Greenwood, MySportDab reports.

The 22-year-old has been in the form of his life since his return from 18-month exile due to the alleged rape saga which unfolded since 2022.

Manchester United conducted an internal investigation into the allegations and cleared the England international of all charges.

However, the club insist he can restart his career at Old Trafford due to the unnecessary media and publicity stunts.

In the final hours of the transfer window, Mason Greenwood loaned to Getafe in La Liga.

Since joining the Madrid-based outfit, Greenwood has been remarkable with series of outstanding performances for the club.

In 14 La Liga matches, he has scored 4 goals with 3 assists, and has put up stunning individual performances.

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann admitted Mason Greenwood was the biggest threat to the club in their 3-3 draw with Getafe.

The French forward said they could not handle the pace, creativity, and athleticism of the Man United loanee.

Verily, Greenwood’s remarkable campaign with Getafe have thrown him on the spotlights regularly. He has been a hot transfer target with top La Liga clubs interested in a move for the player.

La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid are among clubs interested in a move for the player.

Meanwhile, following his stellar start to life, Getafe are also making moves to keep him permanently with the club.

As per the Sun, Getafe have offered Manchester United £40m for the player but have been turned down.

United’s decision to reject the offer buttresses the club’s stand on Mason Greenwood future at Old Trafford.

Mason Greenwood’s loan deal with Getafe involved a break clause that could be triggered in January 2024 to have the youngster return to Old Trafford.

Also, it excluded a buyout clause which means Greenwood will be expected back at Old Trafford in June 2024.

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