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Mason Greenwood has immersed himself in Spanish life after six months on loan at Getafe to the extent that his entire family is learning the language, according to a new report from Spain.
The decision was announced following an internal investigation into the player's conduct by the club was concluded in August, after criminal allegations against Greenwood for attempted rape, assault, and coercive control were dropped by CPS.
The winger has denied all charges.
Since his move to Spain, Greenwood has begun regaining his form after 18 months spent on the sidelines, and has helped spur the club to its tenth-place standing.
Mason Greenwood is believed to 'love' living in Spain after settling well at loan club Getafe
The former United winger has moved into a house in Boadilla del Monte (old town pictured)
Greenwood is yet to recapture his form entirely but has been gradually improving at Getafe
As per AS, the 22-year-old has also felt the benefits off the pitch, and has settled quickly after moving into a home in Boadilla del Monte, an upmarket municipality 30 kilometres from the centre of Madrid.
Greenwood is thought to live with his partner, their daughter, and his father Andrew, with his mother Melanie still based in England - although she is said to visit the country regularly.
The winger is said to 'love' living in Spain, valuing the quality of the food and the friendliness of the people, and all of his family are reportedly taking Spanish-language lessons with a tutor who comes to the house.
As well as studying off the pitch, Greenwood is thought to have engaged the services of a personal trainer to continue to boost his return to the game following his paid suspension from the Manchester club.
Greenwood is also believed to have assimilated into the group at Getafe, settling among his team-mates, manager, and the fans after an introverted start at the club.
Indeed, Jose Bordalas had high praise for the forward after his role in the club's latest 2-0 victory against Granada, but urged humility from the young player.
He is a great player but everyone has a job,' Bordalas said after the final whistle. ‘We are very happy with the work from Greenwood, Borja, Maxi but without everyone’s work he cannot shine.
'Greenwood had a great first half, although not so much in the second half. But everyone has worked for the team.
'They were aware of the importance of the game and finally we achieved it.'
The 22-year-old scored during the club's 2-0 victory against Granada on Monday evening
But head coach Jose Bordalas urged humility from his young player despite his slow promise
Greenwood has scored six times across 20 appearances in all competitions, netting a further four assists in the Spanish league.
With the end of his year-long loan in sight, the player is thought to be plotting his next move, with LaLiga rival Barcelona considered his 'dream'.
Mail Sport reported last week that Greenwood had urged his advisors to help get a move over the line, after it was reported that the Catalan club were weighing up a £40million move for the former England international.
Should a move to the Camp Nou not come to fruition, Getafe are thought to be interested in presenting a long-term deal to the player.
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