La Liga Side Table Formal Bid for Juventus Attacking Target

In contrast to recent rumors saying Juventus could soon broker Mason Greenwood’s arrival from Manchester United, the Englishman could stay in La Liga. According to recent reports in England, perennial Spanish strugglers Valencia have pitched the Red Devils with a written proposal for the unsettled youngster.

Banking on the player’s reported desire to stay in the Iberian Peninsula after an inspiring loan spell at Getafe, Los Che have presented a £25 million bid to Manchester United. That’s around £15m short of the Premier League giants’ valuation.

Meanwhile, Juventus are ready to match United’s demands, albeit only after sorting out Federico Chiesa’s exit. However, if Greenwood is, indeed, keen to stay in Spain, there’s not much the Italians could do to change his mind.

As if Valencia’s official offer isn’t troubling enough for Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona remain interested in the left-footed forward. On the other hand, Napoli have reportedly never contacted Manchester United to discuss Greenwood’s transfer, unlike some media in Italy tried to tell.

Our take on ‘Greenwood to Juventus’ situation

Juventus can outperform Valencia’s opening bid. But time could be a factor in this race. The Allianz Stadium outfit must offload the deadwood first. And it could take some time.

If Greenwood’s willing to wait, it’s no doubt Juventus would offer him better terms. That’s not to mention he’d have an opportunity to compete in the Champions League again.

With Thiago Motta coming in, Juventus should rely more on young talents than last season. It would create a perfect environment for Greenwood if he turns down Valencia first.

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