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Mason Greenwood could make Premier League move as Fabrizio Romano drops update on Man Utd striker

Mason Greenwood could make Premier League move as Fabrizio Romano drops update on Man Utd striker

Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood could remain in the Premier League

Mason Greenwood is attracting interest from European giants but could return to the Premier League.

Manchester United have not closed the door on Greenwood making a return to the club after new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe hinted he could have a future at Old Trafford but insisted no decision has been made.

The 22-year-old has spent the season on loan at La Liga side Getafe where he has scored six goals and registered five assists in 24 appearances.

Talks with United are expected at the end of the campaign with Greenwood believed to be ‘reluctant’ to return to Manchester, preferring to remain in Spain.

Getafe are believed to have been priced out of a move for the youngster but links to Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have circulated in recent weeks.

As well as interest from Spain, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano claims there are Premier League clubs monitoring his situation.

“Many clubs in Spain, but in England there is also some interest,” Romano told The United Stand.

Greenwood is under contract at United until 2025 and although Ratcliffe opened the door for a return, Romano believes the club are keen to ‘cash in’ this summer.

He added: “I don’t see Mason Greenwood staying at the club.”

Greenwood last played for Manchester United in January 2022. (Image

Ratcliffe added the decision over Greenwood’s future will be based on the club’s values.

“You are dealing with young people who have not always been brought up in the best circumstances, who have a lot of money and they don’t always have the guidance they should have,” he said.

“What we need to do when we have issues like that is understand real effects, not the hype. Then we need to make a fair decision in the light of the club’s values.

“That’s what we need to do and that’s how we will deal with it.”

England boss Gareth Southgate has confirmed Greenwood will not be considered for this summer’s EURO 2024 squad but admitted he could be recalled for future squads.

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Topics: Manchester United, Mason Greenwood, Premier League, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Getafe