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Lazio plotting £30m swoop for Man Utd outcast amid interest from four other clubs

Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood could be on the brink of leaving Old Trafford this summer.

According to the Daily Mail, Lazio have opened talks with Man United over a deal for Greenwood.

The Italian club are eyeing a £30 million move for the forward who excelled on loan with Getafe last season.

Talks between the two clubs are developing positively, and the fee could rise with performance-related add-ons.

He bagged eight goals and six assists in 33 La Liga games and was named Getafe Player of the Season for 2023/24.

Greenwood had charges of attempted rape, controlling and coercive behaviour, and assault against him dropped in February 2023.

The Red Devils are aiming to cash in on the player to avoid a potential backlash from a section of fans if they reintegrate him into the squad.

Man United should ask Lazio to increase their offer

Greenwood proved his quality last season and United must avoid selling him on the cheap.

The Red Devils need to recoup funds to increase their spending power. Greenwood will likely head through the exit door and boost the club’s finances.

Napoli and Juventus are also keen to secure his services, while Barcelona and Valencia have been linked with him.

With multiple clubs circling Greenwood, United must take advantage and drive their asking price up.

An offer of around £40m-£50m could be a massive boost to the club’s finances.

Sending him out on loan is another option, but that should be the last option for United.

Greenwood is out of contract in 2025, but the Red Devils have an option to extend that by 12 months.

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