Negotiations underway between Juve and Manchester United for Greenwood


Juventus are on the hunt for wingers and are being closely linked with a move for Manchester United winger Mason Greenwood. Reports from Italy have suggested that Greenwood has given priority to joining the Bianconeri this summer.

Calciomercato outline how Greenwood is suitable for either a 4-3-3 or a 4-2-3-1 formation, aligning with the tactical philosophy of their incoming Italian-Brazilian manager, Thiago Motta, whose appointment is set to be formalized today. The Bianconeri are working to provide Motta with the right profiles, and one of them is Mason Greenwood, who is set to return to Manchester United after a convincing season in Spain with Getafe. Greenwood scored 10 goals and provided 6 assists in 36 official matches across La Liga and the Copa del Rey, experiencing a renaissance in Madrid and regaining his appeal in the transfer market.

Juventus’ sporting director, Giuntoli, who has been monitoring Greenwood for some time, has recently received the player’s initial approval – a willingness to move to Turin and work under Motta, who rates him highly.

The negotiations are set to commence, involving Greenwood’s entourage and, crucially, Manchester United. The English club has set a high asking price of €35 million for the player’s transfer, a figure deemed excessive by Juventus, especially for a player whose contract expires in 2025. However, with the summer transfer window just beginning, there is room for an agreement to be reached. Juventus holds valuable bargaining chips, as Manchester United highly rates Bremer and Chiesa, although the latter is also attracting strong interest from Roma and Napoli.

Juventus are not the only club interested in Greenwood. According to Record, the player’s entourage has met with Rui Pedro Braz, the sporting director of Benfica, who has made an initial proposal for the English forward.


Serie A obsessive.