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Man Utd issued a warning over Mason Greenwood’s “bad sign” in light of possible comeback rumors.

Supporters of Manchester United have been alerted to a possible “bad sign” concerning Mason Greenwood and the team’s future.

The 22-year-old Greenwood joined Spanish club Getafe in the latter hours of the summer transfer window, and is now on loan there.

It came after United decided the attacker would pursue his career outside of Old Trafford.

United terminated Greenwood in January 2022 following his arrest and subsequent charges of attempted rape, using coercive and controlling behavior, and violence.

In February, Greenwood’s charges were withdrawn due to the withdrawal of key witnesses and the discovery of fresh material during the police inquiry.

Additionally, Greenwood’s decision to depart Old Trafford was made last month, initially on a season-long loan, following an internal probe into his behavior.

Since then, Greenwood has made 10 appearances for Getafe this season across all competitions, tallying three goals and dishing out three assists.

According to The Sun, the Spanish team is prepared to start talks with United and is eager to sign the forward for a long-term contract.

On the other hand, there are online rumors circulating that Greenwood might come back to United after his loan period ends.

It follows after Paul Mitchell, who is expected to succeed Sir Jim Ratcliffe as Manchester United’s new sporting director, was seen admiring Greenwood at Getafe.

Journalist Ben Jacobs of CBS Sports thinks it is doubtful that Greenwood will play for United once more and says it would be a “bad sign” if Mitchell sent a scout to watch the player before he signed a contract.

“If Manchester United’s position is genuine, Mason Greenwood will never play for the football club again,” Jacobs said.



Mason Greenwood was observed being watched by Paul Mitchell.

“Therefore, unless Manchester United has changed their stance, it would be a little strange that a guy who has been linked to a sporting director role before he has even started goes out to Getafe to watch Greenwood and possibly even speak to Greenwood.”

“Of course, the sporting director handles departures as well, so Manchester United feels obligated to settle Greenwood’s long-term future. However, anyone who attempts to bring Greenwood back to United needs to understand that the club’s current stance is that, no matter how well he plays, he will never again play for Manchester United.

Therefore, it would be highly unusual and generally a terrible omen if Mitchell’s first assignment is to manage the Greenwood situation before he ever joins.

“Because you desire transparency, structure, and a process.” And this would be the exact opposite—it would force someone to act before they’ve even started to get involved in an unclear situation, and before Ratcliffe has any official sports control.”

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