Manchester United has set a price for Mason Greenwood after making it plain that the player is not for sale.
Greenwood joined Getafe on loan during the summer transfer window after Manchester United declared he would continue his career elsewhere.
The La Liga club gained his services after clubs such as Borussia Dortmund, AC Milan, and Brentford, among others, declined to recruit him.
He’s appeared in five games for Spain this season, scoring his first goal against Celta Vigo earlier this month.
“Happy to score my first goal for Getafe,” he tweeted on social media. It took incredible teamwork to earn a point.”
Regardless of his performance at Getafe, the 22-year-old has been advised that he will not play for Manchester United again, according to The Express.
The Red Devils will want to sell Greenwood next summer, with Team Talk reporting the club could make up to €20 million – €25 million (£17.3 million – £21.7 million) if he has a good season.
According to sources, he is enjoying his time in Spain and may make a permanent transfer there.
Sevilla are also interested in signing the Englishman.
Greenwood made 129 appearances for Manchester United after graduating from the club’s junior academy.