Manchester United have announced that Mason Greenwood has signed a new contract extension, the teenage forward penning a deal long-term deal that will run until 2025.
Greenwood burst onto the scene last season after coming through the club’s academy system, becoming the first player in more than two decades to score 10+ goals in a Premier League campaign aged 18 or under.
The 19-year-old netted 17 times in all competitions – equalling the record set for a teenager at Manchester United set jointly by Brian Kidd, George Best and Wayne Rooney – and earned his first senior cap for England last year.
Greenwood has been with the club since the age of seven and has now committed his future to the Red Devils until 2025 at least, the club expressed their delight at retaining the services of one of English football’s brightest young talents.
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Greenwood has expressed his delight at putting pen to paper on an extension, admitting each deal is a ‘dream come true’ and outlining his determination to win trophies in the coming seasons.
“Obviously, I’m very happy.” he told the club’s official website.
“I’ve been here since the age of seven, you know, so to sign another contract, it’s like I say, every single one is a dream come true. I always want to be here. Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to be in the first-team and stay as long as possible really, win trophies and do the best I can here.”
Greenwood has made 29 appearances in all competitions for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side so far this season, scoring four goals.