Mason Greenwood could be set to make his debut for Getafe this weekend.
Greenwood, 21, joined the La Liga side on loan from Manchester United on the final day of the summer transfer window earlier this month.
He was ineligible to play against Real Madrid the following day but after training with his new team-mates during the international break he has been included in Jose Bordalas’ squad for Sunday’s game against Osasuna at Coliseum Alfonso Perez.
It remains to be seen how many minutes – if any – Greenwood plays given he hasn’t been involved in a competitive game for more than 19 months.
Greenwood was made available for transfer after United confirmed on August 21 that they had abandoned their plan to bring the forward back into the first-team squad.
He had been subject to an internal investigation from United since February when the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) discontinued its case against him for attempted rape, assault, and coercive control. He denied all the alleged offences.
United committed to working with Greenwood to help him find a new club to restart his career before he joined Getafe on September 1.
He scored 35 goals in 129 senior appearances for United.
His last game was in January 2022, a 1-0 win over West Ham United.
The day Mason Greenwood was welcomed back to football by Getafe
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