Manchester United loanee to Getafe Mason Greenwood has broken his silence on his Manchester United future, MySportDab reports.
Greenwood, 22, has been a top transfer target for top clubs in La Liga following his impressive loan shift with Getafe.
Real Madrid and Barcelona are among top La Liga clubs interested in a move for the player with reports Barcelona are ready to offer the youngster the iconic number 10 shirt to lure him to the club.
Real Madrid are also said to be interested in boosting their star-studded front with the Man United loanee emerging as a key option.
Also, Getafe are scheming for alternatives to keep Mason Greenwood on a long term with six months remaining on his loan deal.
With the array of interests milling around the youngster, Manchester United’s plan for Mason Greenwood is yet to be determined under new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who is in charge of the club’s footballing operations.
Meanwhile, Greenwood is dead focused on his game with Getafe. It hasn’t been a groundbreaking start to life for the embattled winger but the stats has been promising so far.
In 15 La Liga games for Getafe, Greenwood has 7 goal contributions – 3 goals and 4 assists and has balanced his stats with a sensational individual performances.
Greenwood recently bagged Getafe Player of the Month of Award and dropped titbits on his Getafe and Man United future after the honour.
Speaking on Getafe YouTube Channel, the prolific winger revealed he is happy to have adapted quickly at Getafe and applauded the effort of the fans for his quick integration.
‘I am very happy here. I had great teammates who helped me adapt quickly to the team. The support from the fans has also been massive,” he said.
Greenwood has been gesticulating towards extending his stay in La Liga after successfully breathing life back to his career with a massive support base.
His recent comment after winning Getafe Player of the Month Award is not a departure.
As per The Sun, United wanted to keep Mason Greenwood at Old Trafford to continue his game after he was cleared of any wrongdoing by the club’s internal investigation panel.
Fears of media backlash amid growing protest against the youngsters’ return forced the club to resettle him on a loan deal away from Old Trafford.
It is believed Greenwood is more likely to continue his career in La Liga if his Man United return will be marred with an unsolicited negative media blitz.
However, Manchester United must sanction such a move with Sir Ratcliffe to take the final decision.