‘I can believe that Jude Bellingham called him a r*pist. But u can’t still believe what Mason Greenwood replied back to him after the game. This is war”-Journalists detail Mason Greenwood ‘response’ to Jude Bellingham’s alleged offensive remark.

Journalists in Spain have detailed Mason Greenwood’s response to Jude Bellingham’s alleged offensive remark.Greenwood’s Getate faced Bellingham’s Real in a La Liga clash on Thursday.Los Blancos ran out two-nil winners as Joselu bagged a brace to send his side to the top of the table, two points clear of Girona.But Getafe vs. Real was marred by an apparent incident involving the pair of English players.

In the second-half of the league fixture, Bellingham tackled Greenwood then appeared to aim an offensive remark, which ended up on social media

However, it’s claimed Getafe and Greenwood do not want to fuel the controversy over the supposed insult.Guillermo Rai states the message from inside Getafe is ‘what happens on the pitch stays on the pitch’.

Jose Felix Diaz reports the Manchester United loanee does not want to create any ‘fuss’ regarding what Bellingham potentially said on the pitch.Despite Getafe’s stance, La Liga have confirmed they have received a complaint from the club.

A statement read: “Getafe yesterday transferred the complaint to the La Liga match director and La Liga, as it always does on these occasions, has requested an expert report on lip reading to investigate the matter and act on the basis of what can be proven beyond doubt (by the lip reader).”

The clash between Greenwood and Bellingham was their first meeting since their respective transfers to Spain last summer.Greenwood joined Gefate on loan from Man United while Bellingham moved to Real from Borussia Dortmund.The 22-year-old forward has played 18 league games this season, scoring four goals.As for the 20-year-old England international, he is enjoying a blistering campaign, having scored 14 league goals in 19 matches.

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