The date Mason Greenwood ‘will have to return’ to Man Utd if he’s not sold

The date Mason Greenwood will return to Manchester United has been revealed.

Greenwood has not played for United since January 2022, when he was arrested for attempted rape, controlling behaviour and assault. All charges against the one-cap England international were dropped, with the player having always vehemently denied the accusation.

However, Greenwood mutually agreed to part ways with United last August upon the completion of an internal investigation into his conduct with the forward subsequently going on loan to La Liga side Getafe.

There, he scored 10 goals and registered six assists. Indeed, his performances are widely reported to have attracted interest from Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Napoli and Juventus.

Greenwood appeared to confirm that Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to Mallorca would be his final game for Getafe, saying in a statement on Instagram: “Incredibly grateful to the Getafe family and fans for an amazing season, thank you for making me feel welcomed and one of your own. I enjoyed every second, alongside my teammates and club.

“A bittersweet ending, but it was a pleasure to play for you, I wish you all the best.”

However, the 22-year-old’s future remains uncertain, with the Athletic claiming all options are on the table.

United’s preference is allegedly to secure a permanent sale, but the club is also willing to loan him out again should they struggle to find a buyer.

The publication added that United are planning to work through the potential options with Greenwood’sfamily in the coming weeks, but should they fail to secure a move by June 30 a return to training at Carrington could be on the cards.

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