Mason Greenwood shares rare glimpse into family life as he wishes girlfriend Harriet Robson a happy birthday


MASON Greenwood has shared a rare glimpse into his family life.

The striker, 22, posted on Instagram to wish his girlfriend Harriet Robson a happy birthday. 

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Greenwood moved to Getafe in September

He lives in Spain with Harriet and their daughter

One sweet snap shows Greenwood posing with Harriet while another shows her holding their baby daughter at a Getafe match.

He captioned the picture: “Happy Birthday to the best mum. Love you.”

Greenwood moved to Madrid-based Getafe side in September after United announced the previous month he wouldn’t play for them again.

He had not played prior to joining Getafe since January 2022 after being arrested on suspicion of attempted rape, assault and coercive control.

All charges against Greenwood were dropped in February last year.

United then launched an internal investigation into Greenwood’s conduct and kept him suspended on full pay of £75,000-a-week.

It comes after a source told how Greenwood and Harriet were “really enjoying” their time in Spain

A source said: “They have had time and space to enjoy being a young family and are facing up to the challenge of living in a foreign country.

“He has had lots of problems off the pitch in his short career, but he finally seems to be addressing them and sorting himself out.

“He has made some good friends with teammates and Harriet has been welcomed by some of the Wags

“They like being able to go out in Madrid without feeling like everyone is watching them.”

Greenwood has caught the eye in Spain since joining Getafe on loan from Manchester United back in September.

Getafe are understood to have told United they would like to buy Greenwood for £40m, but United want to keep Greenwood’s deal as a loan move.

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His future remains uncertain with Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and AC Milan all keeping tabs on his form.

With new ownership and a new CEO, United tightened the purse strings in January.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe‘s Ineos team are set to take over the club’s football operations following his purchase of a 25 per cent stake in United.

This will see them commit to a structural overhaul of how the club operates behind the scenes, with Ineos already moving to appoint former Manchester City chief Omar Berrada as the club’s CEO.

And Greenwood could be on a list of stars the Red Devils could look to axe in the summer.

Aaron Wan-BissakaCasemiroAntony and Jadon Sancho are also on the list of players Ratcliffe’s team want to get off the books, according to reports.


The on-loan Getafe winger has emerged as a transfer target for fierce rivals Atletico Madrid.

He has been strongly linked with joining Barcelona, who have been monitoring him all season.

However, the Telegraph now report that the 22-year-old is on Atletico’s shortlist of summer striker targets.

Greenwood is expected to secure a permanent transfer in the summer once his Getafe loan expires.

Atletico remain in the market for a forward after missing out on Moise Kean in January, the report adds.

Barca are said to remain interested in Greenwood, but are at a disadvantage compared to Atletico due to their reduced spending power.

The Spanish champions had hoped to tie up a deal prior to Atletico reportedly stepping up their interest.

Greenwood, who sees joining Barcelona as a “dream move”, would have linked up with the club in June as part of the proposal.

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However, his summer destination now remains up in the air, with Valencia and Real Sociedad both previously linked.

Since joining Getafe, Greenwood has scored seven goals and provided five assists in 22 appearances across all competitions.

He is currently the club’s second top scorer this season behind former Real Madrid striker Borja Mayoral on 16.

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