Mason Greenwood has break clause in Getafe contract that could see him sent back to Man Utd by JANUARY | The Sun

Mason Greenwood has break clause in Getafe contract that could see him sent back to Man Utd by JANUARY | The Sun

September 4, 2023

MASON Greenwood could be sent back to Man Utd in January thanks to a break clause in his Getafe contract.

The striker, 21, has been signed by the Spanish side on loan after an eleventh-hour deadline deal.

But the move could be cut short as early as January due to a standard break clause in Greenwood's loan agreement.

It means if Getafe are unhappy with his performance, they could boot him back to Old Trafford.

Backlash has already been mounting against the LaLiga side after they unveiled Greenwood on Friday night.

Women's charities have been quick to slam the signing after his arrest for attempted rape, assault and coercive control.

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The charges were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service but Greenwood hasn't professionally touched a ball since his January 2022 arrest.

Getafe head coach Jose Bordalas has defended the club, saying: "It is a very delicate situation to trivialise that issue.

"Everyone knows what happened and appropriate measures were taken. Everyone knows how it ended, with a non-convictory sentence.

"He is a footballer of a very high level and arrives at Getafe with enormous enthusiasm."

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Utd announced their academy player would not be returning to the club on August 21 in what was branded a "collaborative decision".

They will still cover the majority of Greenwood's £75,000-a-week wages for the duration of the loan.

The Spanish club will make a small contribution and are not paying a fee for the ex-England star.

Getafe announced the move with a video of fans wildly celebrating outside the club's Coliseum Alfonso Perez stadium.

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