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Man Utd’s Greenwood Eyes La Liga Stay After Barcelona Move Stalls

Once-promising Manchester United youngster Mason Greenwood’s future remains unclear after a season on loan at Getafe.

Following fan backlash against his potential return to the Red Devils squad, United sent Greenwood to La Liga in an attempt to revive his career. The 22-year-old has shown glimpses of his talent with Getafe, scoring goals and impressing the club. 

Greenwood’s contract situation adds another layer of complexity. Set to expire in 2025, United must decide whether to sell him this summer or trigger a one-year extension. 

Several European clubs, including Barcelona, Juventus, and Atletico Madrid, have expressed interest. Meanwhile, Getafe president Angel Torres suggests Greenwood is open to staying on loan for another season.

Torres anticipates a busy summer for Greenwood. He hints at a potential permanent sale if United receives a good offer, while acknowledging Barcelona’s interest.

However, Torres highlights the financial constraints faced by many clubs, suggesting a domino effect where sales need to happen before significant signings can be made. 

Ultimately, where Greenwood lands next remains to be seen. With various options on the table, a “long summer” of transfer discussions seems likely.