Man Utd ‘could extend Mason Greenwood’s contract’ after impressive loan from Getafe

Mason Greenwood was named player of the season after his outstanding loan spell with Spanish side Getafe and could receive a new contract upon his return to Manchester United.

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Manchester United are mulling a contract extension for Mason Greenwood but he will not return to Old Trafford.

The Red Devils’ youth player spent last season on loan at Spanish side Getafe after it was decided that he had no future at the club. He was initially suspended following charges of attempted rape, controlling and coercive behavior and assault.

The Crown Prosecution Service dropped all those charges. But Greenwood is yet to return to the first team at Old Trafford. Now, according to The I, the Red Devils could offer him an extended contract. The 25-year-old’s current contract expires in 2025 with the option of a further year.

A new agreement does not guarantee profitability, rather it is hoped that they can force a temporary sale. It is suggested that the club’s hierarchy are considering activating their option to then offer Greenwood on loan again with an obligation to buy clause included in any deal.

It is further reported that the Red Devils expect to receive around £40m for the striker. Several clubs are already interested in him ahead of the summer transfer market.

Juventus, Napoli and Atlético Madrid have been linked, while Borussia Dortmund are mulling a deal. Barcelona have also held talks and his loan club, Getafe, also intends to retain his services.

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