Manchester United have already received interest in Mason Greenwood following their decision to remove the forward from their squad, sources told ESPN.
United announced on Monday that Greenwood will leave Old Trafford following the conclusion of their six-month investigation into his conduct.
The club are looking to secure a permanent or loan move for Greenwood, 21. According to sources, they have already received interest from clubs in England and abroad.
Because Greenwood remains under contract, United have until the window closes on Sept. 1 to agree a move for the former England international.
However, if a suitable option cannot be found in the next 10 days, sources have told ESPN that United will consider a mutual termination of Greenwood’s contract.
His deal runs until 2025, with a club option to extend for an additional 12 months, and he will remain on full pay until a resolution can be found.
The most likely destination is a club in Saudi Arabia or Turkey. Sources close to the striker insist the decision will be based on which club is best-placed for Greenwood to rebuild his life with his partner and newborn, and not necessarily where he would have the most success on the pitch.