Mason Greenwood set to join Juventus

Mason Greenwood sets his sights on Juventus for a summer transfer after a successful loan at Getafe. Manchester United seeks €50m for the winger.
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Manchester United winger Mason Greenwood has given the all-clear signal to Juventus as his preferred club ahead of the summer transfer window. The English international spent the last season on loan at Getafe where he excelled with 10 goals and 6 assists.

According to Daily Mail, The Seria A side will be the preference for Greenwood who is sought by many clubs including Jose Murinho's latest club, Fenerbache. The pacy winger has not played for United since January 2022 when he was arrested for attempted rape and assault. However, the charges were eventually dropped allowing Greenwood to make a return to professional football. He was loaned to Getafe in the La Liga by Manchester United who have voted not to reinstate him back at the club.

Manchester United, with their own Profit & Sustainability Rule (PSR) restrictions, wants at least 50m€ for the winger who is registered as a homegrown player and all the funds will go as profit to the club, allowing United to flex their muscles in the summer transfer market. However, Juventus is looking for a figure of around 30m€ and wants to sell Federico Chiesa first to generate the funds for Mason Greenwood, who is seen as a long-term investment by the Italian giants.

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