Mason Greenwood had an outstanding loan stint at Getafe, but Manchester United is apparently sticking to its guns and saying he won’t play for the team ever again. The decision came about as a result of United conducting its own internal inquiry after the Crown Prosecution Services (CPS) dropped charges against Greenwood in February.
The club originally intended to keep Greenwood, but following public outrage, they changed their minds. Rumors continue to circulate that they may reevaluate after Greenwood’s loan period is over.
The Red Devils maintain that Greenwood will never play for the team again and believe their stance on him to be sincere. Even though Paul Mitchell, who is said to have a backroom position at United, has seen Greenwood’s performances for Getafe, United is standing by its choice, even if it acknowledges that it must address the 22-year-old’s long-term future.
Since joining Getafe on deadline day of La Liga, Greenwood has made ten appearances for the team and scored three goals. The Spanish media has praised Greenwood for his flexibility throughout the front line. Although a few teams are keeping an eye on his progress and have shown interest, United is steadfast in its resolve to not bring Greenwood back to Old Trafford.
A fascinating development involving Paul Mitchell’s possible connection to United is that he saw Greenwood in action during Getafe’s match versus Cadiz. Mitchell is a free agent. Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s planned acquisition of a 25 percent interest has intensified rumors about Mitchell’s relationship with the team, with hopes that Mitchell’s experience can help United sign better players.
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