The other day, journalist Gianluca Di Marzio stated that Juventus and Mason Greenwood agree on the personal terms of a contract. The outside forward is therefore prioritizing a move to black and white this summer.

All that remains is for the clubs to agree on a transfer fee. And according to information, Manchester United is demanding around 50 million euros to release the 22-year-old.

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The Daily Mail now claim that Juventus have made a bid worth close to £40m for Greenwood, and the Italians are hopeful of agreeing terms with the Premier League giants shortly.

The discussions are described as being in a “progressive stage”, although no final agreement is expected in the near future. Napoli have also made an inquiry for the striker, according to the Daily Mail.

Greenwood has a contract with Manchester United until 2025. He was loaned to Getafe in the season that just ended.

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