MANCHESTER UNITED fans want Mason Greenwood to return after his loan spell with Getafe.
The 22-year-old winger scored twice for his new Spanish club as they trounced Tardienta on Wednesday night.
His brace comes on the heels of his debut La Liga goal against Celta Vigo last month.
Greenwood is on loan from Manchester United to the Madrid-based team, although he is claimed to be “happy” in Spain.
Back at Old Trafford, however, manager Erik Ten Hag is under increasing scrutiny as a result of his team’s dismal start to the season.
United were knocked out of the Carabao Cup, which they won last year, after a 3-0 defeat at home to Newcastle on Tuesday night.
It was the club’s eighth loss in 15 matches so far this season.
Now desperate fans are calling for Greenwood to return to the club, Daily Star reports.
Taking to social media, one said: “Bring back my star boy.”
Another wrote: “I think it is the best time we bring Mason Greenwood back from Getafe. He’s just good tbh.
“Better than every forward in Man United’s squad currently. Mason should be back.”
A third added: “Do you know what is technically missing in this ten Hag squad? Mason Greenwood.”
But others were reluctant on the idea, saying he should be “nowhere near United”.
Greenwood was arrested in January of last year on suspicion of attempted rape, assault, and coercive control.
He was later charged with the offenses, but the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case in February.
After an internal investigation, United decided that Greenwood could not continue his career at Old Trafford.
He joined Getafe just hours before the summer transfer window closed, and he has three goals in eight games.
According to a source, he hopes to continue with the club for the foreseeable future.
They added: “The players and fans have all given him a welcome he could only have dreamed of.
“He really feared his career was over. Now he’s just so happy and wants to carry on playing and not think too far ahead.”
Greenwood in action for United in his last game at Old Trafford on January 22 last yearCredit: Getty