Greenwood, a farewell-scented message: “It has been a pleasure, I wish you all the best.”

Greenwood, a farewell-scented message: "It has been a pleasure, I wish you all the best."

Mason Greenwood, the forward from Getafe on loan from Manchester United, sent a message on Sunday through his social networks that seemed like a definitive farewell to the club chaired by Ángel Torres. “It has been a pleasure playing for you, I wish you all the best,” he stated in part of his post.

In just five lines, the British forward thanked Getafe for the opportunity they gave him last summer to return to the pitch after 18 months sidelined due to a legal process for sexual assault, death threats, and coercive and controlling behavior, which was ultimately closed after all charges were dropped.

“Incredibly grateful to the Getafe family and fans for an incredible season. Thank you for making me feel welcome and one of yours. I have enjoyed every second with my teammates and the club. A bittersweet ending, but it has been a pleasure playing for you. I wish you all the best,” he wrote on his Instagram account.

Greenwood has been one of Getafe’s best players this season. He has participated in 36 official matches between the league and the Copa del Rey, scoring ten goals and providing seven assists. Getafe’s idea is to keep the British player on loan for another year, but it seems that Manchester United wants to sell him for a price between 40 and 50 million euros before his contract ends in June 2025.

Ángel Torres, president of Getafe, stated before the match against Mallorca that he was sure Greenwood was going to continue at the club for another season, “at 92 percent.” However, Greenwood’s farewell message could be the beginning of the end of his relationship with the southern Madrid club.

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