Manchester United signs Mason Mount for 70 million euros!

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Manchester United signs Mason Mount for 70 million euros!
Manchester United signs Mason Mount for 70 million euros!

Manchester United seems to have agreed everything with Chelsea regarding Mason Mount according to British media. As a result of the transfer, the amount of the transfer will be 70 million euros. Mount had one year left on his contract with the London team.

Since a few months ago, Manchester United has been interested in acquiring Mount. Obviously, Erik ten Hag was impressed by certain qualities in this player, and his qualities are a perfect match for Manchester United's philosophy, which makes him an ideal addition to their squad.

The Blues are looking to make big changes next season, and they decided to get rid of a large number of players in the process. As of now, Mount has already been the eighth important Chelsea player to leave this summer. Four players previously had moved to Saudi Arabia: N'Golo Kante, Edouard Mendy, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Hakim Ziyech.

As a free agent, Cesare Azpilicueta left the club for Inter, while Mateo Kovacic moved to Manchester City. Kai Havertz left the club shortly before Mount and signed for Arsenal.

Mason Mount

As a result of the managerial changes at United, the 24-year-old Mount has been identified as one of the best candidates to boost creativity in midfield under Erik ten Hag.

After previously playing for Derby, Mount came to Stamford Bridge in 2019. As a result of his performance last season, he was able to score three goals and provide nine assists in 35 games. Chelsea's brilliant midfielder won the Champions League in 2021, the Club World Cup, the European Super Cup, and the Youth Champions League...

There has been a rapid development of his talent as a player of the English national team and he was great at playing 36 games for England. Manchester United wants to fight for the title next season. There will be a lot of work to be done, but the Red Devils believe they will be able to put together a team that can be successful.

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