Greenwood’s redemption: Former United star calls for second chance
Former Manchester United player Ian Storey-Moore has come out in support of Mason Greenwood’s return to Old Trafford.
Greenwood, who is now on loan at Getafe, went through a difficult moment when accusations against him were dropped earlier this year. Despite early preparations, a late U-turn resulted in his loan move to La Liga.
Everybody deserves a second chance. He has served his time, so to speak, and they should possibly let him back in next season,” Storey-Moore told Express Sport.
“He’s an asset, isn’t he? I think he’s better than what they’ve got when he’s at his best, absolutely.”
According to Storey-Moore, Greenwood might be an answer to Manchester United’s recent offensive difficulties. With only 13 goals in 12 league games, the Red Devils are in serious need of offense.
As per Moore, Greenwood’s return could offer the spark needed for Erik ten Hag’s suffering side.
While United’s official position is that Greenwood will not be able to wear the red shirt again after his loan stay, Storey-Moore requests for another chance. The 20-year-old attacker, who has emerged as one of Europe’s arising talents, might be the missing link in the team’s offensive revival.
As the debate about Greenwood’s future rages on, it remains to be seen whether the INEOS regime, which is set to take over at Manchester United, will adopt Storey-Moore’s recommendation or stick with the current strategy.
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