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Manchester United have been asked by Women's Aid to explain an apparent change in their stance towards Mason Greenwood following Sir Jim Ratcliffe's comments last week that the club will make a fresh decision on his future in the summer. 

Mail Sport has learned that the domestic abuse charity have contacted United in the last few days seeking clarification of their position on Greenwood, after Ratcliffe reopened the possibility of the 22-year-old returning to Old Trafford at the end of his loan spell at Getafe.

United are understood to have responded to Women's Aid by stating that it remains their expectation that Greenwood will be sold in the summer, although also acknowledged that Ratcliffe's words were ambiguous, given the need to find a buyer and negotiate an appropriate transfer fee. 

It is unclear whether the 71-year-old was seeking to protect Greenwood's transfer value by stating that the club's decision would be reviewed or if he is open to the England striker returning to the club.

Greenwood's United contract expires at the end of next season and the club have an option to extend it by a further 12 months, which would significantly increase the fee they could demand in the event of a sale. 

Mason Greenwood is spending the season with Spanish club Getafe as he restarts his career

Mason Greenwood is spending the season with Spanish club Getafe as he restarts his career

New United owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe opened the door to a Greenwood return last week

New United owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe opened the door to a Greenwood return last week

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