UPDATE: Shirts for Mason Greenwood have been removed from Man Utd’s new Premier League season lineup
Greenwood’s United contract is up in 2025, and there have been rᴜmors that he would play again. It’s believed that his future is unrelated to a potential takeover.
Old Trafford has just unveiled their new home uniform for the 2018 campaign on their website, with the classic red jersey costing adults £110.
However, since Greenwood’s name was left off the launch, fans won’t be able to buy shirts with it on the back.
Greenwood is not on the list of available senior men’s and women’s players, but all other names are.
It’s believed that the £50 million player’s future has not yet been decided by United’s present owners.
However, The Sun said that manager Erik ten Hag is prepared to reintegrate Greenwood into his team.
And if the team agrees, the majority of his Old Trafford teammates would be happy to see him back in the locker room. Like him or not, Mason wants to return to playing football. This is something that Greenwood is also eager to do. The only way for him to properly reconstruct his life is to do what he excels at.
He is tired of being kept waiting, and he and his team are now expecting a response from United.
However, the fαct that his mansion is currently for rent indicates that he will soon be moving.
His six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion is privately rented out to upscale lettings agents for more than £15,000 a month. The Bowdon, Cheshire property is marketed as the “perfect family home” and features a games area, a home office, a gym, and staff quarters.
The listing has fueled rᴜmors that Greenwood is actually getting ready to quit the Premier League and sign a loan with a foreign team.
Several European teams are reportedly interested in sending him out on loan for a complete year, and United officials are reportedly considering this.
Italy, Spain, and Turkey are the most likely choices, according to Mail Sport.
The Sun exclusively rҽvealed last month that Juventus was among the teams interested in signing Greenwood, giving him a path return to elite football.
While Milan and Roma are interested in signing him, the Italian team is hoping that a long-term loan agreement will be reached this summer.
The Glazers, who value Old Trafford at a staggering £6 billion, have been accepting offers since November for both controlling and minority holdings in the team.
One of the two leading candidates, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, wants to win majority control by a little margin.
On the other hand, Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani is planning a magnificent investment and wants complete control. The case against Greenwood was dropped as a result of both key witnesses leaving the case and newly discovered evidence.
The Crown Prosecution Service stated in February that this meant there was no longer a realistic chance of conviction and added that it had a responsibility to keep cases under constant review.