Mason Greenwood transfer news: Manchester United agree £26.7m deal with Marseille plus 'significant' sell-on clause

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Manchester United has agreed to transfer Mason Greenwood to Marseille for a deal valued at £26.7 million. United has included a substantial sell-on clause in the agreement, estimated to be between 40 and 50 percent. Greenwood has been granted permission to undergo a medical examination and negotiate personal terms with Marseille.

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Today is Wednesday, July 10th, 2024 and the time is 11:47 AM in the United Kingdom.

The mayor of Marseille has requested that the local football team refrain from recruiting Mason Greenwood, a player from Manchester United.

Sky Sports News announced on Tuesday that Marseille have reached an agreement for a transfer fee of £26.7m, with additional bonuses included.

Greenwood was sent to play for Getafe last season as a loan player because he was not allowed to play for United. This was because he was accused of trying to rape someone, controlling and manipulating them, and physically attacking them.

The Crown Prosecution Service decided not to pursue the charges against Greenwood. His future at Manchester United is uncertain, especially with new ownership at Old Trafford by INEOS.

Greenwood has been authorized to undergo a medical examination at Marseille and negotiate his contract.

The mayor of Marseille, Benoit Payan, expressed his disapproval of Greenwood potentially coming to the city.

According to reports from Sky Sports News, the player may not necessarily agree to join the French team. Lazio is still interested and is closely monitoring the situation.

United have included a substantial sell-on provision in the agreement, believed to be in the range of 40 to 50 percent.

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