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Mason Greenwood drops biggest hint yet that his Man Utd career is over ahead of summer transfer window

Mason Greenwood drops biggest hint yet that his Man Utd career is over ahead of summer transfer window

Mason Greenwood spent the season on loan at Getafe from Manchester United and has been tipped to move on this summer.

Mason Greenwood may well have dropped the biggest hint that he will not be returning to Manchester United in the summer.

After a club investigation concluded that it was best for all parties for Greenwood to continue his career elsewhere, he was sent on loan to La Liga side Getafe.

Having not played football since January 2022, Greenwood made 35 appearances and scored 10 times in all competitions.

The 22-year-old has been heavily linked with a slew of clubs in England and Europe after a series of impressive displays.

Barcelona and Napoli are just two of the European giants registering interest in the forward.

Greenwood has a contract with United until 2025 and is still believed to be collecting £80,000-a-week from his parent club.

But there are now strong indications that Greenwood will not be returning to United.

According to The Sun, via the Daily Mail, he has put his £2 million cheshire mansion up for rent.

The house is available to let, with high-end estate agents in charge of overseeing the leasing of the property.

Described as "the perfect family home", it has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, games room, a gym and a home office.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

Greenwood was suspended by United after being arrested and subsequently charged with attempted rape, assault and coercive control back in January 2022.

Just over a year on, key witnesses withdrew their involvement in the case and the charges were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service.

United and Greenwood came to a mutual decision that saw him depart on loan, but Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS are also expected to review the matter after purchasing a 27.7 per cent stake and taking control of footballing operations.

Speaking in February, Ratcliffe said: "He's a Manchester United footballer so we are in charge of football.

"So the answer is yes, we have to make decisions. It's quite clear we have to make a decision. There is no decision that's been made."

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Topics: Mason Greenwood, Manchester United