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Following Sir Jim Ratcliffe words, Greenwood changes his future with Man United

Manchester United new owner has changed the mind of the striker.

By Angus Barnes

Mason Greenwood and Sir Jim Ratcliffe
Mason Greenwood and Sir Jim Ratcliffe
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The red devils new office is ready to take the important decisions when it comes to some of the players that are out on a loan deal this current season.

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Manchester United new office has set their mind on the idea that they have to make several changes to the team if they want to get better results in the next seasons. This situation has forced them to look into every single player that could leave the team, stay on a loan deal, or get back to the red devils squad, and they might have decided the strikers future now.

"He's a Man United player and we are responsible for football. It's clear we have to make a decision. No decision has been made. He is on loan, but he is not the alone." Sir Jim Ratcliffe said on Mason Greenwood, and this words seem to have open the doors for him to come back to the red devils, as he would be important for the squad current depth problems.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe added, “The process will be: understand the facts not the hype and then try and come to fair decision on the basis of values which is basically is he a good guy or not, and answer could he play sincerely for Man United." and now the striker has answered to this words with the latest update now.

Several sources close to Mason Greenwood have confirmed that right now he would be open to make the move back to the red devils. In fact, there are some sources that believe that he would even reject a move either to Barcelona, or even Atletico Madrid, if the red devils actually do give him the chance to get back to the team as he is ready to assume his role.

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Mason Greenwood future

While the actual decision on Mason Greenwood is unknown, it seems that both the team and the player would be open to continue their relationship, and this would point to the fact that the striker might come back to the team as soon as the loan ends.

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