Mason Mount Spotted at Manchester United Training Ground Ahead of £60 Deal
Mason Mount, the midfield maestro nurtured within the verdant pastures of Chelsea for nearly two decades, has been seen reconnoitring the renowned training ground of Manchester United, Carrington, heralding his imminent introduction as the latest Red Devil. Our story is drawn from a series of revealing photographs obtained, courtesy of the Daily Mail, underpinning a dramatic shift in the Premier League landscape.
The prodigal son of Stamford Bridge has been seduced by a tantalising tune of an initial £55m transfer fee, and a potential £5m future bonus. The spectacle of Mason Mount, Chelsea’s jewel, donning the emblematic red of Man Utd is set to become reality in short order, pending completion of the traditional medical formalities.
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Mount’s Red Venture Begins
Following a brief detour through the charming county of Cheshire, the lens of the Daily Mail captured the anticipation surrounding Mount’s voyage to Carrington. The ensuing hours promise a whirlwind of media engagements, adding a palpable sense of energy to the air before the grand unveiling.
As the chapter of Mason Mount at Chelsea gently closes, the doors to Manchester United stand ajar, welcoming the gifted midfielder and paving the way for the Red Devils to chase further talent, with their sights set on the likes of Andre Onana and Rasmus Hojlund. Word on the street, as 90min suggests, is that Sofyan Amrabat from Fiorentina may be another jewel in United’s crosshairs, for a sum of £30m.
🔘 Medicals ✅
🔘 Interview ✅
🔘 Photos ✅
🔘 Announcement ⏳🔜 Next 24h ✅
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A Tumultuous Transfer Tale
The tale of Mount’s transfer is one of twists and turns, with the England international poised to depart Chelsea following an impasse in contract negotiations. His current contract is due to expire in 2024, leaving behind an illustrious trail of 195 games, 33 goals and 37 assists.
His departure marks another significant loss for the Blues, who have seen a veritable exodus of key players this transfer window. Names like N’Golo Kante, Kalibou Koulibaly, Edouard Mendy, Mateo Kovacic and Kai Havertz no longer grace Stamford Bridge. Yet, as the old guard moves on, Chelsea welcomes fresh blood in the form of forwards Nicolas Jackson and Christopher Nkunku this summer.
Thus, as the sun sets on Mount’s Chelsea career, a new dawn awaits at Manchester United.