Atletico Madrid has intensified their pursuit of the Manchester United loanee Greenwood


Looking dashing, Mason Greenwood! Following his sensational return for Getafe against Rojiblancos, Atletico Madrid has intensified their pursuit of the Manchester United loanee.’

Mason Greenwood, on loan from Manchester United, impressed for Getafe in their 3-3 draw with Diego Simeone’s team, and Atletico Madrid are considering a transfer for him.

Getafe rallied from a 3-0 deficit to earn a 3-3 draw against Atletico Madrid in La Liga, thanks in large part to the 22-year-old’s goal and assist. Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann was among several who lauded the winger, saying that the Red Devils loanee “hurt them a lot” all game long.

Mundo Deportivo states that Diego Simeone’s team is allegedly trying to acquire the player in the summer of 2024 following his stellar performance at the Wanda Metropolitano. Getafe, Greenwood’s present club, wants to make the player’s transfer from United permanent next year, so they will compete with Real Madrid and Barcelona, two of the biggest names in the sport.

Since joining Geta Azulones on loan in the summer, the England international has played in 15 matches, scoring five goals and assisting on four more.

Despite having a contract with the club until 2027, United is not likely to re-sign him. If the Premier League heavyweights sell the player, they will lose a significant amount of money.

The player’s loan agreement has a sell-on option that permits Getafe to pay just 80% of the agreed-upon fee with his parent club, according to The Athletic. Getafe will retain 20% of the transfer fee regardless of where Greenwood is sold.

West Ham United vs. Manchester United: Head-to-head record and past meetings

In Saturday’s Premier League match, West Ham United and Manchester United will meet with the shared goal of getting back on track.

United played to a scoreless draw with Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool in the Premier League last weekend, while the Hammers are coming off a 5-1 setback in the EFL Cup quarterfinals.

Before their match in London, the visitors are in seventh place in the Premier League, one point and two spots ahead of West Ham, who are in ninth place.

In this article, Sports Mole examines the head-to-head record and past encounters between the two teams in great detail.With 64 wins to West Ham’s 32 in their head-to-head record, Manchester United holds the upper hand. The two teams have met 126 times, with 30 matches ending in a draw.

Over the course of 54 Premier League games, 33 have gone to Manchester United, while West Ham have managed just eight victories over the Red Devils.

The Hammers’ triumph at the London Stadium last season was one of those wins; the loss snapped Manchester United’s five-game winning streak in Premier League meetings with the London club.

With the exception of a 1-0 victory at Old Trafford in the midst of the 2001–02 campaign, seven of West Ham’s Premier League victories over the Red Devils have been at home.

Last season, the two teams met three times. In two of the home matches, Manchester United came out on top, including a 3-1 victory in the FA Cup fifth round.

In September 2021, the reigning English champions recorded their most recent Premier League victory in the London Stadium against West Ham United, with goals scored by Cristiano Ronaldo and Jesse Lingard.

Since September 2019, including two FA Cup matches and an EFL Cup match, Manchester United have only lost twice overall against West Ham.

With twelve goals, Wayne Rooney leads all scorers in this match. George Best scored eleven goals against West Ham. Sir Geoff Hurst and Sir Bobby Charlton are tied for third place with ten goals each.

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