Man United are trying to sell Mason Greenwood on a permanent deal this summer, for a hefty transfer fee.

Here at Old Trafford Faithful, we’ve tried to avoid talking about Mason Greenwood and the situation over the last couple of years. Simply put, we feel like he doesn’t really deserve our efforts.

As things stand, he’s still a Manchester United player, albeit Greenwood is away on loan at this current moment. By all accounts, he’s having a steady season for Getafe over in Spain. Perhaps the permanent suitors are now starting to circle around for his signature…

ESPN have provided an update on Greenwood’s future, claiming that United are ‘expected’ to sell the academy graduate on a permanent deal this summer.

It’s unlikely that Getafe will sign Greenwood outright, with United looking for around £30-40m to allow the Englishman, aged 22, to leave for good.

Obviously, that’s a nice chunk of change for a player who is now deemed surplus to requirements – assuming the club can fetch in that fee.

No doubt Greenwood will attract interest from some bigger clubs, as morals tend to go right out of the window where immense talent is concerned.

The problem for the Reds is that Greenwood’s contract is edging ever closer to the end. The more time goes on, the lesser fee United will receive in return for his services.

At the end of the day, too much has gone on now. I just don’t envisage a situation where Greenwood is welcomed back into that United dressing room, while the match-going fans will probably make their feelings heard if that ever happened, too…

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