Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood has attracted significant interest from top European clubs following his impressive loan spell at Getafe. The 22-year-old, who scored 10 goals and provided six assists in 35 appearances for the La Liga side, is now a prime target for several Champions League-caliber teams.

Greenwood, who still has a year left on his current contract with Manchester United, is not expected to return to Old Trafford. The club is actively looking to transfer him permanently, having already decided he has no future with the Red Devils following an internal investigation.

The latest development in Greenwood's transfer saga involves Juventus, who have reportedly agreed to terms with the forward. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus are leading the race to sign Greenwood, with Manchester United ready to accept a fee in the region of £30 million. The Serie A giants are keen to finalize the deal but are also looking to lower the price tag, potentially offering left-wingers Samuel Iling-Junior or Federico Chiesa as part of the transaction.

Greenwood's time at Manchester United has been marred by controversy. In January 2022, he was suspended by the club after being charged with attempted rape, assault, and coercive behavior. The charges were dropped in February 2023 by the Crown Prosecution Service after key witnesses withdrew from the case. Despite the legal clearance, Manchester United opted to send Greenwood on loan to Getafe in September 2023.

Greenwood's performances in Spain have not gone unnoticed. Clubs like Napoli, Borussia Dortmund, and now Portuguese giants have expressed interest in acquiring the talented winger. The Portuguese club's sporting director, Rui Pedro Braz, reportedly met with Greenwood and his father in Madrid, indicating serious intent.

Despite Getafe's interest in extending Greenwood's loan for another year, the forward announced his departure from the Spanish club at the end of the season. His decision was further underscored by the availability of his £2 million mansion in the UK for rent, signaling a move away from Manchester.

Greenwood's potential move to Juventus could see a swap deal involving Federico Chiesa, who has been in fine form with 10 goals and three assists in 37 appearances this season. Chiesa, currently part of Italy's European Championship squad, could provide United with a valuable asset in return.

Manchester United's internal processes have led to a clear decision regarding Greenwood's future. "Manchester United notes the decision of the Crown Prosecution Service that all charges against Mason Greenwood have been dropped. The club will now conduct its own process before determining next steps," read a club statement following the dropping of charges.

As the summer transfer window heats up, Greenwood's next destination remains a focal point. Juventus' interest, combined with offers from other European giants, positions the young forward for a significant move that could redefine his career.