Getafe president: Mason Greenwood will not return to Man Utd

Getafe president: Mason Greenwood  will not return to Man Utd

Getafe president Angel Torres has asserted that Manchester United have no intentions of recalling Mason Greenwood to the club this summer.

After being informed last year that he had no future at the club, the 22-year-old was loaned to Getafe, where he has enjoyed a stellar 2023-24 season, tallying 10 goals and six assists in 32 appearances across all competitions in La Liga.

Earlier this year, Manchester United's new minority shareholder, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, hinted at the possibility of Greenwood returning to Old Trafford for the 2024-25 campaign.

However, recent reports suggest that the Red Devils are inclined to offload Greenwood this summer, provided their valuation of the academy graduate is met.

Torres remains optimistic about extending Greenwood's loan spell in Spain, emphasizing that a reunion with Manchester United this summer is unlikely.

"If it was up to the lad, his parents and the club [Getafe], I think he would continue for another year," Torres told Marca.

"But regarding Manchester [United], the news that we have from last week where the sporting director went to England to see some games and was with them, is that if a good offer comes along, they would want to sell because he is not going to go back there [to Manchester].

"We'll have to wait until the end of June. The family and the player are very comfortable and very happy here, with our fans. When he came here, he hadn't played for 16 months.

"He has recovered his form, he has scored eight league goals and two in the Copa [del Rey]. The people and the coach are very happy with him. I think he will remain with us for another season, or at least until January. He is a good footballer."

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