“I enjoy my time here. Erik ten Hag recently called me and after what he told me, I think it’s time for me to go back home”-Mason Greenwood gives a very alarming interview for the first time on his conversation with Erik ten Hag after winning first award during loan spell with Getafe.

Since moving to Getafe in September, the 22-year-old has scored five goals and provided four assists in 15 games, while his December performances saw him voted Player of the Month for Getafe, as voted for by fans from across La Liga.In a rare interview, Greenwood spoke to Getafe club media about life in Spain and the support he has received from the club’s fans.

Mason Greenwood has given a rare interview after winning an award during his loan spell at Getafe.The Manchester United academy graduate is on loan with Getafe for the season, after it was decided he no longer had a future at Old Trafford.United’s decision came after allegations of attempted rape, assault and controlling coercive behaviour were dropped by the CPS upon the withdrawal of a key witness and new information coming to light.Greenwood, who has vehemently denied the allegations, has since gone to Spain to rebuild his career.

Greenwood said: “Everything’s fine, I adapted pretty quickly. My team-mates took me under their wing and I’ve just been happy ever since coming here, training and playing the games.

The fans mean a lot to me. The best feeling so far is when I scored my first goal here at the stadium and it meant a lot to me, I heard the fans quite a lot.

“Also we had the training day and a lot of fans came out and watched so we always appreciate the fans, they’re like an extra man out there on the pitch when they’re out there supporting us.”Greenwood’s future remains uncertain with Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and AC Milan having all been linked with the forward in recent months.Moreover, the Sun claimed that Barcelona are eyeing up a £40million move and are prepared to offer the attacker Lionel Messi’s iconic No.10 shirt to secure his services.

Eight-time Ballon d’Or winner Messi left Barcelona in August 2021 and his number was subsequently inherited by La Masia graduate Ansu Fati.Yet it has not had an owner since Fati moved to Brighton on loan in September.

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