Sundiata Post – Manchester United are reportedly considering the return of striker Mason Greenwood from his loan spell at Getafe FC.
The decision which is set to be made in few months’ time, will mark a departure from the club’s initial stance on the 22-year-old forward.
Greenwood, who joined Getafe on a season-long loan, has been in impressive form, scoring four goals in 11 games for the La Liga side.
Recall that the loan move came after an investigation into Greenwood’s off-pitch behaviour which led United to conclude that he couldn’t continue his career at Old Trafford anymore.
However, with major changes expected at Manchester United, including the potential purchase of 25% of the club by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, there’s renewed consideration of Greenwood’s future at the club.
There is no doubt that such decision would partly be influenced by his current performances at Getafe, as discussions between the player and the club may occur in March, April, or May, recent reports revealed.