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Mason Greenwood was reportedly given permission to join Juventus for a five-year contract after they allegedly offered him money that would change his life if he leaves Manchester United. After an internal inquiry at United concluded that it would be better for all parties if the 22-year-old continued his career elsewhere, he spent the previous season on loan at La Liga team Getafe.

With 36 games played in all competitions, Greenwood finished with 10 goals and 6 assists, garnering considerable transfer interest. This summer, United appears determined to be true to their word and allow the forward to depart forever. Furthermore, Juventus is winning the battle to sign him, according to Sky Sports in Italy. However, because United is reportedly holding out for a €50 million (£42 million) transfer price, it might prove to be a bone of contention. Juventus is to make a starting offer of €30 million (£25 million) plus bonuses.

Mason Greenwood could leave Manchester United for Italian Giants

Juve is reportedly free to contact Greenwood, as his entourage allegedly made it clear that the Italian team is his top preference during the transfer window. It follows that personal terms are assumed to have already been decided upon.

Prior to signing Greenwood, they must also create space for him; either Federico Chiesa or Matias Soule is expected to go. Both the 21-year-old Argentine Soule and Italy international Chiesa have been linked to Roma. Soule is garnering interest from Premier League teams including Newcastle, Crystal Palace, and Tottenham.

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