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Man Utd 'provide £8k-a-month luxury villa' for Mason Greenwood as part of 'bespoke care package' at Getafe

Man Utd 'provide £8k-a-month luxury villa' for Mason Greenwood as part of 'bespoke care package' at Getafe

Greenwood has joined Getafe on a season-long loan.

Manchester United have created a 'bespoke care package' for Mason Greenwood to help him during his loan spell at Getafe, it has been claimed.

Greenwood, 21, joined the Spanish club on a season-long loan in the final hours of the summer transfer window.

It followed a decision by United that the forward would continue his career away from Old Trafford.

Greenwood was suspended by United in January 2022 after being arrested and later charged with attempted rape, engaging in controlling and coercive behaviour and assault.

All charges against Greenwood were dropped in February of this year after key witnesses withdrew their involvement in the case and new material came to light during the police investigation.

Following an internal investigation into Greenwood's behaviour, the decision was made last month for the player to leave Old Trafford – initially on loan.

He joined Getafe late on transfer deadline day and will now spend the season in Spain, with United paying the majority of his £75,000-a-week wages during his loan spell.

According to The Sun, United have created a 'bespoke care package' to help Greenwood acclimatise to his new surroundings.

"It includes an £8,000-a-month, six-bedroom city villa close to his new club’s training ground and access to a private translator 24/7," read the report.

"Family and friends will be flown out regularly to keep him company. His dad, Andrew, 53, who oversaw his private training sessions as United decided his fate, is likely to move with him."

The report goes on to claim that Greenwood has not given up on his United career and is determined to impress in Spanish football.

A source told The Sun: "He's going on loan but remains a United player.

"It means the club has an ongoing duty of care to him and they've pledged to help him make a success of his move to Spain.

"The villa is big enough for friends and family to visit. They will get the opportunity to travel to see him as much as they can.

"It's important he has a solid support network around him. The last thing they want is Mason isolated."

SPORTbible has contacted Manchester United for comment.

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Topics: Mason Greenwood, Manchester United, Football, Premier League, Getafe, La Liga