- Greenwood hasn’t yet played for the club since joining in the summer window
- He arrived after it was agreed he wouldn’t play for Manchester United again
Mason Greenwood has been named on the bench for Getafe ahead of a potential debut for the Spanish side.
Getafe take on Osasuna in LaLiga this afternoon and the former England man could be set to turn out for his new side after joining on loan from Manchester United in the summer transfer window.
His move to the club was met with criticism after United decided he wouldn’t play for the club again after criminal allegations against him were dropped, but the club have stood by their decision.
He has received good support from the fans of the Spanish club and they will likely get to see him in action this afternoon.
Getafe have had a slow start to the season, sitting 14th in the LaLiga table with one win from their opening four games, but will be hopeful of a home win against an Osasuna side who occupy 11th place.
Mason Greenwood could make his debut for Getafe this afternoon after being names as a substitute against Osasuna