How Mason Greenwood feels about Manchester United after Getafe loan move

Mason Greenwood still believes he can play for Manchester United again after his loan spell at Getafe, according to reports.

Man United carried out an internal investigation on Greenwood’s rape accusation and eventually concluded that the forward is innocent of everything he was accused of.

As a result, they planned to reinstate him in the first team but the backlash they got from their fans across social media forced them to change their stance and announce that the England international won’t be returning to the team again.

However, Manchester United cannot terminate his contract due to legal reasons, hence they promised they would work with the forward’s camp in search for a new team.

On deadline day, Getafe announced the signing of Greenwood from Man United on loan without the option to buy at the end of his loan spell. Several legit reporters claimed that the Red Devils are paying the majority of the youngster’s wages whilst on loan in Spain and this has sparked ideas whether United are willing to part ways with the their academy graduate.

How Mason Greenwood feels about Manchester United after Getafe loan move

Like every season-long loan deal, the player will return to his parent club at the end of his loan spell and decides the next steps on his future.

According to The Sun, Mason Greenwood has not given up on playing for Manchester United again and is eager to remind the Reds of his qualities whilst at Getafe.

The same report claims that the former United No.11 believes that the best way to send a message back to England is to impress and play at his very best when Getafe come up against Real Madrid and Barcelona in La Liga this season.

Getafe have played both Barcelona and Real Madrid in La Liga this season already and Greenwood will hope he stays injury free and in top form for the return leg.

Mason Greenwood still has two years left on his current deal with Manchester United and has the option to extend it by further 12 months.

Greenwood will now focus on getting back to his best at Getafe, whose fans went wild upon seeing his loan transfer has been finalised on Friday.