Report: Manchester United Discuss Greenwood Loan Extension with Getafe

Report: Manchester United Discuss Greenwood Loan Extension with Getafe | Transfer News

Following the dismissal of rape and assault charges against him, Mason Greenwood embarked on a 12-month loan journey with Getafe last summer. His time in Spain has been fruitful, boasting a commendable record of ten goals and six assists in 32 appearances.

Despite the absence of a permanent transfer clause in his loan deal, Getafe, who took a risk on Greenwood and secured a 20% sell-on clause, have expressed their keen interest in retaining the 22-year-old for another season.

Recent reports from The Athletic reveal ongoing discussions regarding the possibility of extending Greenwood’s loan spell with Getafe for the 2024/25 campaign. While Manchester United prefers a permanent sale, Getafe’s reluctance to pursue such a move complicates the situation.

Consequently, United may explore alternative options, including another loan stint at Getafe, if potential buyers fail to materialize for the promising English talent.

However, the prospect of Greenwood rejoining the United squad hasn’t been entirely ruled out. New co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe is open to reassessing the situation at the season’s end.

Greenwood’s existing contract with Manchester United extends until the summer of 2025, with the club holding the option to extend it for an additional 12 months. This extension would likely come into play if Greenwood embarks on another loan spell next season.

Despite his success in La Liga attracting interest from other clubs in the league, Manchester United remains open to considering permanent offers before entertaining discussions about another loan move.

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