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Mason Greenwood


An exciting striker who was top scorer in the Under-18 Premier League North, while still a schoolboy and being eligible for Under-16 level.

The enterprising forward is equally adept with both feet and capable of creating chances out of nothing. Evolving from a no.10 to more of a centre-forward, he looked the part as the cutting edge of an exciting team. He finished the season with 17 goals from 17 starts, plus a further four outings as a substitute, and was awarded Player of the Tournament when the Reds won the ICGT trophy in the Netherlands, despite being the youngest member of the squad. A call-up for the senior squads Tour 2018, presented by Aon, in the United States showed the high regard in which he is held. An England Under-17 international who is extremely highly regarded, it will be interesting to see if he can maintain his impressive level of progress in 2018/19.

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Mason Greenwood hails his sensational opener.

U18s: West Brom 3 United 4 Article

Mason Greenwood scores twice as Reds enjoy a second successive seven-goal thriller.

Under-19s: Young Boys 1 United 2 Article

Angel Gomes's stoppage-time penalty secures victory for the Reds in the UEFA Youth League opener.

Mason Greenwood celebrates with Charlie McCann.

Under-18s: United 4 Blackburn 3 Article

Mason Greenwood scored a hat-trick as Neil Ryan's side overcame a spirited Rovers team in a seven-goal thriller.

Ethan Laird in action for England Under-17s

Young Reds feature as England win final Article

A trio of United youngsters were involved as the Three Lions won an Under-18 tournament in France.

Mason Greenwood

Young Reds on form for England Article

Two United youngsters were on target for their national teams in midweek.

Luke Shaw celebrates his first United goal.

Time to pick your Goal of the Month Article

Which of these strikes gets your vote for August's best United goal across all the teams?

Alex Greenwood says

"I played with Casey at club and country level. The amount I learned from her during that time was unbelievable and for her to be my manager now is very exciting."

Alex Greenwood says

"Dropping down a league, people might think it is going backwards but it is nothing but forwards for me to lead Manchester United to what could be greatness.”

Alex Greenwood says

“I will be an honest captain, I give honest feedback and I expect it back. I am a young but mature player. I work hard and I back myself with my technical ability. I am confident in myself."

Alex Greenwood says

"I know the conversations I've had within the club and with Casey. The ambitions are extraordinary... without doubt, joining United was the most perfect decision I could have made.”

Alex Greenwood says

“I have many personal goals. I want to achieve things I haven't done yet. For the team, it is ultimately to go back to the WSL1 and then we will take it from there. It’s going to be exciting.”

Alex Greenwood says

“It is an honour to captain this team and I am so proud. What a talented team I can say I captain! When Casey told me I got quite emotional about it but I am so ready for this challenge."

Alex Greenwood's shirt in the dressing room.

'It's an honour to captain United Women' Article

Alex Greenwood feels she made the perfect decision in joining Casey Stoney's team, as "the ambitions are extraordinary".

Mason Greenwood in action for Under-18s against Liverpool.

U18s: Liverpool 1 United 3 Article

Three second-half goals ensured Neil Ryan earned his first win in charge against a strong Liverpool side at Kirkby.

United Women in training.

United Women: The story so far Article

History will be made when Casey Stoney's exciting side play their first match, against Liverpool today.

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