is ‘loving life’ in and is keen to complete his exit from by joining Getafe on a permanent basis.
The on deadline day in September following an internal investigation at United into the striker’s conduct.
It came after charges of domestic abuse were dropped against Greenwood, and United said that although they believed the striker was innocent, they did ‘not expect’ him to play for the club again.
With , it raises the possibility that new ownership could take a different view on Greenwood’s future.
However, the Sun say that Greenwood is keen to join Getafe on a permanent basis and has no appetite to return to England.
The striker is ‘loving life’ in Spain and is thankful to be in a new environment.
Greenwood’s scored once in six appearances for the side but his fitness is improving with every match after 18 months out.
United spent £72m on Rasmus Hojlund last summer, and had at one stage planned to reintegrate Greenwood into their squad.
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