Mason Greenwood is reportedly not keen on returning to Manchester United and wishes to make his stay in Spain permanent.
He's currently on loan at Getafe and is believed to be open to joining them for good. Now, the Daily Mirror, cited by TeamTalk, reports that Sevilla are also interested in his services.
The report notes that at his peak, Man United value Greenwood for at least £50 million. He will only have a year left on his contract next summer though, meaning the Red Devils must lower their demand.
Keeping his current market value in mind, the Daily Mirror claims a fee of about £17 million to £21 million would be considered great business for Man United.
In five La Liga appearances so far, Greenwood has scored and assisted a goal apiece for Getafe.