Greenwood has not played for United since January 2022, when he was suspended on suspicion of attempted rape, violence, and controlling or coercive behavior, however, those charges were later dismissed.
United is still conducting its own internal inquiry, despite the fact that he is on their retained squad list for the 2023-24 season.
According to The Sun, he has put his Manchester home up for rent, implying that he could be on the move shortly as United considers parting ways with the former England international.
According to the article, the six-bedroom mansion is being circulated around high-end rental agents and would cost more than £15,000 per month ($19,000).
Three Serie A clubs are rumored to have approached United, with Juventus, Inter, and AC Milan all keen in gaining Greenwood’s contract on a short-term deal.
He is not thought to be transfer-listed and is more likely to leave on loan rather than permanently.
United manager Erik ten Hag, as well as a number of his teammates, are apparently eager to welcome Greenwood back into the fold, but executives at the club are aware that it may result in a big backlash.
Greenwood, who has made 129 appearances for United and scored 35 goals, is allegedly unhappy by the lack of a decision and wants the situation resolved as quickly as possible. It has also been speculated that the United acquisition will have no impact on the 21-year-old’s future.
The Manchester United forward has been exercising alone, with photographs on social media emerging of him working with a private coach.