“At last, we have a strategy for him. We have chosen to stay clear of any issues. We devised the idea since the majority of the supporters wanted him to return to the team.-GOOD NEWS: After careful deliberation, the Board decided to do a dramatic U-turn in the transfer of Michael Olise, which was a stunning decision regarding Mason Greenwood’s return.

The potential transfer of Mason Greenwood to Benfica has hit a major snag, while several other top European clubs are reportedly showing interest in the Manchester United forward. Greenwood is set to return to England after spending the season on loan at Getafe in La Liga, where he impressed with 10 goals and six assists in 36 appearances.

With Greenwood unlikely to feature for Manchester United again and his contract expiring in June 2025, club chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe must sell the Englishman this summer to avoid a cut-price deal next year. Getafe would love to re-sign Greenwood, but they cannot match Manchester United’s £34-40 million asking price.

Getafe is joined by a host of other European clubs in the pursuit of the 22-year-old. Recent reports suggested that Benfica was interested in bringing him to Portugal. However, the latest updates from the Portuguese press indicate there is no chance of such a deal happening. Benfica has no plans to add Greenwood to their attacking ranks and has not contacted Manchester United about a possible transfer. The reports also mention that Benfica cannot compete financially with Greenwood’s other suitors.

Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund have been intrigued by the one-cap international’s form and are considering making offers. Atletico previously led the chase for Greenwood, but their interest has stalled, leaving Juventus in pole position.

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