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Manchester United Prepare £50m Bid for Premier League Star

Mason Mount: From Stamford Bridge to Old Trafford?

With the conclusion of another riveting season of football, all eyes are turning towards the potential shifting sands of the summer transfer window. At the centre of this whirlwind of speculation stands Chelsea’s midfield dynamo, Mason Mount.

Manchester United’s £50 Million Proposal

As reported by Jason Burt from The Telegraph, Manchester United, the Premier League giants, are believed to be preparing an enticing £50 million bid for Mount. The promising 23-year-old, with just over a year remaining on his contract, is being eyed by the Red Devils as they plan a notable overhaul for their squad. However, Chelsea, quite understandably, is likely to hold out for a sum closer to £60 million for their prized academy product.

Manchester United’s transfer wishlist also features the name of English sharpshooter Harry Kane, who has also garnered interest from Chelsea. However, the possibility of Kane shifting loyalties during this summer is speculated to be rather slim.

Mason Mount’s Take on the Speculations

Mount, who has often been the linchpin in Chelsea’s engine room, found himself amidst swirling transfer speculations during his recent appearance at the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix in Barcelona. Sky Sports reporter, Martin Brundle, put the question to Mount in jest, referring to the rumours of a move to United.

In response, the Chelsea stalwart maintained his focus on the present, saying:

“No, I’m just here to enjoy this race today, an amazing day, I can’t wait to watch it!”

Chelsea Teammates Weigh In

Mount’s potential departure was a topic of discussion among his fellow Chelsea mates, Reece James and Ben Chilwell. Speaking in Barcelona, James admitted that Mount’s departure would be a blow to the team. “Of course, if he [Mount] goes, everyone will be sad to see him go,” he expressed.

Chilwell echoed his teammate’s sentiments, revealing a personal wish for Mount to stay on at Stamford Bridge. He admitted:

“It’s none of my business personally, but I’d love him to stay. He’s my best mate, so personally I’d love him to stay but it’s none of my business.”

The Path Ahead

As the summer transfer window looms, the status of Mason Mount at Chelsea FC remains a tantalising puzzle piece in the Premier League’s complex chessboard. His performances for the Blues have undeniably caught the eye, and it seems Manchester United are ready to make a move. However, any potential transfer will have to unravel the tightly-knit relationships at Chelsea, both on and off the pitch. As with all transfer rumours, only time will reveal the true course of events. Until then, the beautiful game continues its dance of anticipation and speculation.

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