The winger, who is 22 years old and recently moved to Spain, had a productive game, netting two goals for his new team as they cruised to a victory over Tardienta.
Greenwood scored his first goal in La Liga against Celta Vigo a month ago, and his recent brace adds to that total. It is said that he is happy with life in Spain, despite the fact that he is currently playing for Manchester United’s loan team at a club situated in Madrid.
Back at Old Trafford, manager Erik Ten Hag is finding himself under increasing amounts of pressure as a result of his team’s poor start to the new season.
After suffering a disheartening loss at home to Newcastle by the score of 3-0, United were knocked out of the Carabao Cup, which they had won the previous season. This setback was a major disappointment for United. This was the eighth time we’ve been defeated in 15 games so far this season.
According to a story from the Daily Star, concerned supporters are expressing their hope that Mason Greenwood will make a speedy recovery so that he may return to the team.
A number of Manchester United supporters have taken to various forms of social media to voice their opinions. Some of these supporters have exclaimed, “Bring back my star boy,” while others have suggested that Greenwood is outperforming the forwards who are currently on Manchester United’s roster.
Even though there has been a lot of support for Greenwood to come back to United, there are still those supporters who are sceptical about the idea and think he should be kept very far away from the club.
It was reported that Greenwood had a history of legal problems, and that in January of the previous year he had been detained on accusations of attempted rape, assault, and coercive control. After further investigation, the Crown Prosecution Service decided in February not to proceed with these charges.
In the wake of these legal issues, Manchester United carried out an internal inquiry and reached the conclusion that Greenwood would not be able to continue his career at Old Trafford.
After that, he signed with Getafe just a few minutes before the deadline for the summer transfer window. Since then, he has made eight appearances for the Spanish club and has scored three goals for them.
According to a number of reliable sources, Greenwood has expressed his desire to continue playing for Getafe for the foreseeable future. His self-assurance has been significantly bolstered as a result of the positive response he has received from both the players and the supporters. He gives off the impression that he is truly content and is determined to give his full attention to his playing career rather than ruminating about what lies in store for him in the distant future.