Getafe Eager to Extend Mason Greenwood’s Stay

Getafe’s president, Angel Torres, has expressed optimism about keeping Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood on loan for another season. Both the Spanish club and United seem aligned in their desire to see the 22-year-old forward continue his development at Getafe.

In a recent interview with Spanish radio station Radio Marca, Torres revealed that if it were up to Greenwood, his family, and the club, they would all prefer another year at Getafe. With 10 goals in 32 appearances across various competitions, Greenwood has made a notable impact for Getafe, currently occupying the 10th position in La Liga.

Greenwood’s loan move to Getafe occurred on deadline day in September, following an internal investigation by United into his conduct. Despite the circumstances surrounding his departure, both clubs appear content with the arrangement. United had indicated that Greenwood’s future at the club was uncertain, making his loan spell at Getafe a conducive environment for his development.

Torres provided insight into United’s perspective, stating that they would be open to selling Greenwood if a suitable offer arises, as it’s unlikely he will return to Manchester. However, Getafe remains optimistic about retaining Greenwood’s services for at least another season, possibly extending until January.

While United’s co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe mentioned in February that no decision had been made regarding Greenwood’s future, the consensus between Getafe and United suggests a continuation of the loan agreement could be in the best interest of all parties involved.

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