Man Utd set to hold talks over Mason Greenwood’s future amid Barcelona transfer interest

Greenwood is enjoying a new lease of life in La Liga with Getafe after agreeing a shock loan move to the Madrid minnows in September. United made a U-turn on their initial decision to reintegrate the forward into the squad after criminal charges against him were dropped last February. And according to The Athletic, United will discuss Greenwood's future this month after Barcelona and Atletico Madrid expressed their interest in signing him permanently.

United agreed a season-long loan agreement with Getafe and GOAL understands that the contract does not contain a break clause, meaning it is unlikely he will make a permanent move in January. Getafe are delighted with his progress and are said to be willing to smash their transfer record by paying €46m (£40m/$51m) to make the loan move permanent. However, it is expected that Greenwood will remain at Getafe until the end of the season, when a final decision on his future will be made.


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