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BREAKING – Mason Greenwood backed for Man Utd ‘second chance’ after return decision ‘agreed’

Former Manchester United winger Ian Storey-Moore has advocated for Mason Greenwood to be given a second chance at Old Trafford next season following his loan spell at Getafe.

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Despite the club’s initial intention to reintegrate Greenwood after legal issues, a reported U-turn led to his loan move to La Liga.

In February, charges against Greenwood were dropped, and after a six-month internal inquiry, plans to reintegrate him were allegedly supported by football director John Murtough and manager Erik ten Hag.

However, external criticism and internal opposition prompted a change in decision.

Greenwood’s loan move to Getafe has seen him rediscover his form, becoming one of Europe’s exciting young attackers.

Although United reportedly does not expect him to return after the loan, Storey-Moore believes Greenwood could provide much-needed firepower to Ten Hag’s attacking unit next season.

Expressing his view, Storey-Moore said, “Everybody deserves a second chance. He has served his time, so to speak, and they should possibly let him back in next season.

He’s an asset, isn’t he? I think he’s better than what they’ve got when he’s at his best, absolutely.”

With United’s current attacking struggles, including a lack of goals from forwards and summer signing Rasmus Hojlund yet to score in the Premier League, Greenwood’s return could bolster Ten Hag’s options.

Despite potential internal and external resistance to his return, Storey-Moore emphasizes the importance of a second chance for the talented forward.

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