The young forward could leave Old Trafford ahead of the next season.
Manchester United are reportedly considering a loan move for Mason Greenwood this summer.
The club suspended Greenwood after he was detained by the police for an alleged attempt to rape, controlling and coercive behaviour last year.
In February, all charges against the 21-year-old were dropped. But the Red Devils have begun their own investigation into the case, keeping Greenwood out of the squad.
According to Daily Mail, Man Utd are now planning to send the forward out on a loan deal. The English source claims Italy, Spain, and Turkey are the most likely destinations for Greenwood.
A few Turkish sides have inquired about the Man Utd star in recent weeks. However, a move to Serie A is also possible, with the likes of Juventus and Inter showing interest in signing the youngster.
Greenwood has two years left on his current deal. However, the club are already under pressure to offload him this summer. Last season, United’s women’s teams were the driving force behind keeping the 21-year-old out of the squad.
Some sources have gone as far as claiming the Red Devils could terminate Greenwood’s deal if their internal investigation finds him guilty of hurting the club’s reputation.