Man United are working towards selling Mason Greenwood this summer with the exiled forward set for several offers from Premier League clubs… but they HAVEN’T ruled out him staying at Old Trafford

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  • Several clubs in Europe have expressed an interest to sign the forward 
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Several Premier League football clubs have expressed an interest in signing exiled Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood, as revealed in Mike Keegan’s latest Mail+ article. 

Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his leadership are team working on the assumption that he will be sold this summer. 

The 22-year-old, who is currently on loan at Getafe, was charged with attempted rape, assault and coercive behaviour in October 2022 but the case against him was subsequently dropped in February 2023 after key witnesses withdrew.

United had also conducted their own internal investigation into the matter, concluding that releasing the £75,000-a-week player was not an option, but would instead seek a future for him away from Old Trafford.

He arrived at Getafe in September 2023, and after returning eight goals and five assists, the Spanish outfit have been eager to tie the Man United player down on a second loan deal. Greenwood has previously told the club’s official YouTube channel that he has ‘adapted pretty quickly’ and was ‘happy’ at his new team. 

Manchester United are of the assumption that Mason Greenwood will be sold this summer

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has previously said a decision has not been made over the forward's future

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has previously said a decision has not been made over the forward’s future

Several Premier League clubs have made an expression of interest for the forward

Lazio are one side who could revisit his situation after they had attempted to sign him on loan last year

Greenwood moved to Getafe on loan in September and has scored eight goals this season

Mail Sport understands Man United will not be short of offers for their academy graduate. The Red Devils have also received expressions of interest from clubs in Europe along with inquiries from some teams in the English top-flight. 

Whether United will receive an acceptable price for Greenwood remains to be seen. 

Lazio had attempted to sign the England international on loan last year and are one club who may revisit the situation. 

Ratcliffe and his leadership team are yet to make a final decision on his future and are still reviewing the extensive evidence that was collated during the club’s internal investigation.

Ratcliffe and his team are still reviewing evidence collated during the club's investigation

Ratcliffe and his team are still reviewing evidence collated during the club’s investigation

The INEOS CEO had previously left the door open over a possible return, despite indications from the club that he would not play for United again. 

Greenwood is contracted to the Red Devils until 2025. His deal also includes a clause that allows Erik ten Hag’s side to extend his stay at Old Trafford for another 12 months.