Former Man Utd star Mason Greenwood trains with 7-year-old boots at Getafe after being dropped by Nike

Because Nike dropped Greenwood, he practiced with his new team, Getafe, in boots that are seven years old.

The striker was seen working with his Getafe teammates as he gets ready to play in La Liga later this month.

Greenwood kicked Getafe’s first ball.

He was wearing Nike boots that were seven years old.

Nike broke up with Greenwood’s deal last year.

Nike let him go in 2022, but he still wore Nike Mercurial Superfly 4 boots.

He was seen working out alone with his dad in a park a few days ago. He hasn’t practiced with the whole team in over a year.

She wore black Nike Phantom GX boots to the park jam in June.

Mason Greenwood pictured at training in his seven-year-old boots days  before he's set to make debut for new club Getafe | The US Sun

Since Nike fired him, he hasn’t signed a new deal with any boot company.

In the gym, Greenwood looks like he cares more about strength and fitness, but we don’t think he’s match fit.

Getafe also sent out a video of Greenwood’s fans telling him to train on a field outside of Madrid.

It says “We love you Mason Greenwood” on it.

The 21-year-old striker has been given a way to play football again by the La Liga team.

He sent them a message that said, “Hi Getafe fans, it’s Mason here.”

“I’m so excited to start!”

MASON GREENWOOD (PARODY) (@for_greenwood) / X

Getafe also tweeted a picture of Greenwood holding up the team’s blue home shirt.

Under it was written “Mason Greenwood ya esta aqui,” which means “Mason Greenwood is here.”

The Spanish club made the deal public just minutes before the summer transfer window closed on Friday.

United will pay him most of his £75,000-a-week salary if he stays in Spain for a while. There will be no loan fee.

The club also said in a statement, “The move gives Greenwood a chance to start over with his career away from Manchester United.”

“The club will still help Mason and his family during this time of change.”

United had already said that Greenwood and the club had “mutually agreed” to part ways after they looked into why he was being held.

He went to prison in October of last year, but all charges against him were dropped in February.

If the club wants to, they can add one more year to Greenwood’s deal. He still has two years to go.

If they couldn’t get rid of him, the club would have had to pay over £8 million.

This happened after more details about Greenwood’s move to Getafe came out, like the striker’s uniform number and the £75,000-a-week pay he makes.