Premier league giants Manchester United have made a u-turn on the contract renewal of Mason Greenwood.

The Red Devils chiefs have made it known that they’re no longer in a hurry to give Mason Greenwood a new contract, according to reports.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is worried about the English man’s difficult start to the campaign where with him finding the back of the net twice.

Manchester United intially wanted to reward the youngster for his blistering performances with a bumper new deal, but have now changed their mind.

Last term United let go of both Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku for Greenwood as the two forwards joined Serie A side Inter Milan.

United’s decision to offload Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku paid off as the 19-year old scored 17 goals across all competitions.

Greenwood was the Red Devil’s third highest goalscorer during the last campaign, with only Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial surpassing the goal tally of the teenager.

Greenwood has struggled to replicate the form that endeared him into the heart of Manchester United faithfuls this term, scoring only twice in matches against Luton Town in the Carabao Cup and RB Leipzig in the Champions League.

The Athletic reports that United were so interested in handing the Golden Boy nominee a mouthwatering contract after his phenomenal performances during the last campaign.

But they’ve now changed their mind and are in no hurry to agree new terms.