Manchester United receive ‘concrete offer’ worth £25 million for in-demand star

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag before the match.

Spanish outfit Valencia have reportedly made a “concrete offer” for Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood Reuters/Peter Cziborra

Valencia have made a £25 million bid for Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood, according to reports.

Following a successful season-long loan at La Liga outfit Getafe, the forward has attracted interest from all across Europe.

New Manchester United co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe, shortly after acquiring a stake at the club, had indicated that a final decision over Greenwood’s long-term future would be taken at the end of the season.

While no official announcement has arrived, it is believed that the player’s future is bound to be away from Manchester. Now, it looks like a return to Spain may well be on the cards.

Valencia join a host of clubs interested in Manchester United player Mason Greenwood

A source close to Mason Greenwood’s camp has confirmed Valencia’s “concrete offer’’, adding that the forward’s “priority is Spain’’ as well, The Mirror reports.

However, their £25 million bid is far from the valuation the Red Devils have set on their youth academy graduate, as it is rumoured to be about double that amount.

Meanwhile, other La Liga clubs such as Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have also shown interest in the player.

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Getafe are also said to be keen on retaining the 22-year-old’s services, although this option appears far less likely given the magnitude of clubs in the running.

The player’s most likely destination, at present, appears to be Italy. While Lazio and Napoli have registered interest, Juventus are the frontrunners in this transfer pursuit.