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Barcelona interested in controversial Manchester United academy graduate for 2024 – report

Barcelona interested in controversial Manchester United academy graduate for 2024 – report

Mason Greenwood’s return to fame has been a peculiar topic in European football this season.

After a surprise loan move to Getafe in the summer, the Englishman has produced a series of good performances in La Liga this term, racking up three goals and four assists in just 14 league matches.

Greenwood’s performances have now led to many European clubs considering a potential move for the Manchester United loanee.

Barcelona interested in Greenwood

Barcelona are among the clubs interested in acquiring the services of Mason Greenwood in the near future, reports Adrian Sanchez.

The Spanish journalist points out that Barcelona value Greenwood’s dribbling ability, along with his productivity in the final third.

The Englishman, after all, has been involved in nine goals in all competitions this season, which is no mean feat for someone who was out of action for a significant period of time.

Mason Greenwood has performed well in La Liga this season (Photo by Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/Getty Images)

Barça to face immense competition

Acquiring the services of Mason Greenwood, though, could be a tricky task for Barcelona. While Manchester United might be open to a sale, the club could face competition from several European giants.

Arsenal and Juventus are among the clubs interested in the services of Greenwood while even Real Madrid are reportedly keeping tabs on the youngster’s progress at Getafe.

Meanwhile, Barcelona must also tackle through the potential response they would get from fans, if they do end up signing Mason Greenwood.

Greenwood is a controversial figure and was charged with attempted rape and assault charges in 2022. Although he is no longer facing any criminal proceedings, not everyone may welcome the idea of him playing at Barcelona.

Manchester United faced a similar situation in the summer, which led to the club eventually sealing his loan to Getafe.

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