Manchester United have reportedly received loan enquiries for Mason Greenwood according to recent reports.
The English striker has not played for Manchester United in over a year after he was arrested on suspicion of alleged rape and assault. He has also not trained professionally with any other side during that period of time.
There is now a lot of speculation about his potential return to the pitch after charges were dropped against him at the beginning of last month but he will have to wait until Manchester United complete its internal investigation before getting an answer.
But some clubs seeing the ongoing situation want to take Greenwood out of Manchester on a short-term loan while the investigation continues.
According to Mike McGrath from the Daily Telegraph, a number of Turkish clubs have launched loan enquiries as their transfer window is currently open.
Manchester United have received loan enquiries for Mason Greenwood from Turkish clubs and clubs with open transfer windows. At present they’ve not pursued a deal. As per statement when CPS dropped charges they will
‘conduct its own process before determining next steps’ #MUFC
— Mike McGrath (@mcgrathmike) March 2, 2023