Lazio Reportedly Submits An Offer For Greenwood, But It's Still Below Manchester United's Asking Price

Yes, it's true—Mason Greenwood is back on Lazio's radar. After initial interest in early June, Lazio is now prepared to join the intense competition for the English talent. Greenwood had an outstanding season on loan at Getafe, scoring 10 goals, providing 6 assists, and earning the club's best player award. The 2001-born player will return to Manchester United on July 1, but the club has made it clear they want to offload him due to non-football-related issues that led to his one-and-a-half-year suspension. United is demanding a high price of 40 million euros, a figure that hasn't deterred Juventus, Napoli, Roma, Lazio, and several Premier League and Bundesliga clubs from showing interest.

The first concrete steps are expected from the capital. Roma has reportedly made initial contact, and according to the latest news, Lazio has responded with an offer of 18 million euros plus 50% of any future resale profits to bridge the gap with United's asking price. The Biancoceleste are currently awaiting a response. Given their financial constraints, it seems unlikely Lazio can offer more. However, Greenwood remains a top priority for President Lotito, who, after missing out on him in August, might make an extraordinary effort to secure him this time around.

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