• July 19, 2024

Man Utd could approve Mason Greenwood’s return as Jim Ratcliffe gets opportunity to save £60m.

This article contains affiliate links, and we will receive a commission on any sales generated from it. Mason Greenwood’s potential return to Manchester United is being discussed. The club may green-light his return this summer if they are dissatisfied with the transfer offers on the table. Such a decision could save the club at least £60 million, as they are expected to face financial constraints in the current transfer window due to restrictions imposed by Financial Fair Play and the Premier League’s Profit and Sustainability Rules.

United will require funds generated from player sales to boost their budget, and reports suggest they can afford a net spend of around £100 million. There are plans for a 12-month extension in Greenwood’s contract until July 2026 to prevent the risk of losing him on a free transfer if no suitable permanent offers arrive this summer. It’s reported that United will demand between £30 million and £40 million for the 22-year-old forward amid interest from clubs in England, Italy, and Spain. However, if the asking price is not met, Greenwood could stay at United based on the decision of the new-look sporting hierarchy.

Reports indicate that Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise may demand at least £60 million if he is to depart from the club. This price may potentially make a move to United unlikely, as there are other priorities to consider in the squad.

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