Mason Greenwood was told that his Manchester United career was over yesterday. A statement on United’s official website stated that the Englishman’s future is away from Old Trafford.

The fallout from United’s decision is still reverberating around social media. The Old Trafford club were reportedly keen to bring him back to the club before, according to The Sun, they performed a U-turn on their decision.

Well, according to the Daily Mail’s Mike Keegan, United had planned on bringing the English forward back and were looking at how Greenwood would fit into the United style of play.

Erik ten Hag was also open to seeing Greenwood come back into the United squad but that decision has now been made for the forward to find a new club.

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Greenwood’s future

According to the same report from the Mail, Greenwood has received offers already.

The Times claim that as soon as United made their decision around the future of the 21-year-old, they received calls from clubs in the Middle East as well as club’s around Europe for the forward.

Greenwood, however, did expect to return to the United set up and he was surprised when the Red Devils made their decision around his future.

At least two Championship teams have held preliminary discussions for Mason Greenwood but have decided against taking their interest further according to the report.

Greenwood is thought to prefer staying in England but a move abroad may be his only option.

Ten Hag was involved in consultation

The Dutch manager had reportedly reached out to the 21-year-old forward.

Ten Hag was keen to discuss with his staff the best way to get the best out of Greenwood and whether the Englishman could adapt to the new style of play at Old Trafford.

The Englishman will now depart the club with former United manager Jose Mourinho, who is now at AS Roma, interested in the player according to TalkSport.

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