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Man Utd loanee Mason Greenwood closing in on 'dream' move to European giants

Man Utd loanee Mason Greenwood closing in on 'dream' move to European giants

Mason Greenwood has been linked with a move to one of the biggest clubs in Europe

Manchester United loanee Mason Greenwood is reportedly closing in on a dream move to one of Europe’s biggest clubs.

In August, it was confirmed that Greenwood and United have mutually agreed that the 22-year-old would continue his career away from Old Trafford.

On transfer deadline day, Greenwood confirmed a loan move to Spanish La Liga side Getafe for the 23/24 season.

Since joining the Spanish club, Greenwood has made 19 appearances across all competitions, scoring five goals and assisting four.

Now, it has been reported that Greenwood could be set for a dream transfer.

According to The Sun, the 22-year-old has been targeted by La Liga giants Barcelona and he has told his advisors that a move to the Catalan club would be a dream.

A source told the publication: “Barcelona want to sign Greenwood, and he wants to move there. The next step is for the clubs to come to an agreement.

“Manchester United want to sell the player and the manager has accepted Greenwood won’t be returning. The view is that it is best for all parties to have a clean break. As talented as Greenwood is, a return to the club when they are at the start of a new chapter, with new owners, is regarded as a backward step.

“A deal with Barcelona is likely to include a number of add-ons depending on games Mason goes on to play for them and possibly for England too. Mason is setting his sights on playing for his country again one day.”


Apart from Barcelona, it has been claimed that fellow La Liga clubs Valencia and Real Sociedad are also keeping tabs on the forward.

A source added: “Ten Hag was always keen to keep Mason but that decision, in the end, was taken out of his hands. He’s now planning for the long term and Mason isn’t part of those plans.”

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Topics: Mason Greenwood, Manchester United, Getafe, Barcelona, Football