Greenwood 'looking for a house in Madrid's quiet footballer district'

Mason Greenwood ‘is looking for a house in Madrid’s quiet footballer district for his girlfriend, son, father and himself’ as he tries to start a new life in Spain after loan move to Getafe

  • Greenwood received a rapturous welcome from Getafe fans at his unveiling
  • Forward joined on loan after agreeing to leave Man United by mutual consent 
  • Reports in Spain say Greenwood is property hunting in an upmarket town 

Mason Greenwood is reportedly searching for a family home in the upmarket Boadilla del Monte district of Madrid as he settles into life at Getafe.

The forward has signed for the LaLiga club on loan after leaving Manchester United by mutual agreement and received a rapturous welcome from thousands of fans when unveiled by Getafe on Tuesday.

Greenwood, 21, was charged with attempted rape, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and controlling and coercive behaviour in October 2022.

All charges were dropped in February 2023 but United announced last month that he would leave after conducting their own internal investigation and he signed for Getafe.

While LaLiga pauses for the international fixtures, Relevo report that Greenwood, with the help of Getafe, is searching for a property for himself, partner Harriet Robson, his son and his father.

Mason Greenwood is reportedly searching for a property in the upmarket Boadilla del Monte district of Madrid as he settles into life at Getafe 

The former Manchester United forward was unveiled in front of Getafe supporters this week

Greenwood is reportedly searching for a house in the Boadilla del Monte district, located to the west of Madrid city centre and a 25-30 minute drive to Getafe 

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The Boadilla del Monte neighbourhood, located to the west of central Madrid, is popular with high earners, including footballers, because of its seclusion.

It is a 25-30 minute drive along the M-40, Madrid’s orbital motorway, from the town to Getafe’s stadium.  

In 2017, the town was found to have the second highest level of income per capita in all of Spain and in August 2021, it was found to have Spain’s second-lowest crime rate.

But that didn’t stop the Spain and Real Madrid player Dani Carvajal having his house broken in to by three men wielding iron bars in September last year.

Carvajal called upon the ‘state security bodies’ to provide footballers with protection given they are obvious targets for criminals.

Greenwood’s property search comes after he was greeted by thousands of cheering Getafe supporters at their Coliseum stadium earlier this week.

He emerged from the tunnel accompanied by pyrotechnics and walked to the centre of the pitch to address the crowd. Greenwood told fans he was ‘feeling good’ and was ‘happy to be here’ as he looks to resurrect his career.

Ms Robson was seen smiling in the sunshine ahead of the unveiling in an Instagram post. She also shared a picture of a Getafe shirt with the word ‘Daddy’ on the back and the No 12, which the forward will wear this season.

Getafe defended their decision to sign Greenwood.

United revealed Greenwood would leave by mutual agreement after an internal investigation

Greenwood’s partner, Harriet Robson, shared a photo from the stadium before the ceremony

Robson also posted a picture of a Getafe shirt emblazoned with the word ‘daddy’ and the No 12

Fans have quickly taken to their new star, who will wear the No 12 shirt this season

‘We did what we do – sign players that are available to sign,’ stated Getafe sporting director Ruben Reyes. ‘There is no need for us to handle anything (off the pitch).

‘We have signed a footballer who is just the same as (fellow signings) Diego Rico and Oscar Rodriguez, and that’s it. We have to do our job, and that’s what we focus on.’

Greenwood’s first opportunity to represent his new club will come after the international break, when Getafe take on last season’s Copa Del Rey finalists Osasuna in LaLiga. 

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