Latest on Manchester United News: Erik ten Hag does not want Mason Greenwood to be sold

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Latest on Manchester United News: The Red Devils is reportedly exploring loan options for Mason Greenwood with Erik ten Hag very confident in the player

Manchester United is reportedly considering a loan move for talented forward Mason Greenwood during the upcoming summer transfer window. Following his ban due to severe charges, the 21-year-old hasn’t been with the Premier League team since January 22, 2022. The Greater Manchester Police later dropped the allegations against Greenwood in February of this year.

Manchester United has been looking into the situation internally regardless of the legal conclusion. Even though the inquiry is still underway, it seems like a choice will soon be made about Greenwood’s future with the club. The club is reportedly leaning toward setting up a loan arrangement for the young England international, according to reports from the Manchester Evening News. This situation raises the possibility that Manchester United is thinking about making a short-term switch to give Greenwood a chance to get back in shape and concentrate.

Although a loan deal is wanted, manager Erik ten Hag is allegedly hesitant to approve Greenwood’s permanent transfer from Old Trafford. Greenwood hasn’t yet started training again at United’s Carrington headquarters, but he has been seen working with a private coach. Clubs in Turkey and Italy have expressed interest in Greenwood’s abilities despite the pending inquiry and his absence from first-team competition. His current deal with Manchester United continues through 2025.

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Mason Greenwood, an England international with one cap, has made 129 appearances for Manchester United and scored 35 goals in that time. Greenwood’s talent and potential make him a valuable player that several teams will be competing for while the club mulls over his next move.

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