Mason Greenwood was confirmed as a Getafe player on Friday after completing a move on the last day.
The Red Devils have agreed to help Greenwood in saving this player’s career. Accordingly, the Old Trafford team accepted to pay the apartment rental bill of the striker born in 2001.
Although Greenwood will start a new life in Spain, he always desires to return to Man Utd. In case Greenwood disappoints in the land of bullfighting, Getafe has the right to activate the clause to send the striker back to Old Trafford in January.
It is known that to own Greenwood, the La Liga representative does not need to pay a transfer fee but needs to pay a small salary of 75,000 pounds/week during the player’s loan period.
Greenwood did not appear for Getafe in the 1-2 defeat to Real Madrid last weekend. This means that the English star will only be able to debut for the new club after the national team call-up in September.
In 2 weeks, fans will witness the image of the striker born in 2001 reappearing on the professional field.
Lu Phong | 20:11 September 4, 2023