With personal terms already agreed, Manchester United might be on the verge of completing their priority signing of the summer. However, the initial transfer price offered looks to be significantly lower than what is required. This will not stop the Red Devils, who are planning to up their bid for England striker Mason Mount, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Manchester United is preparing an improved offer for England. Star Red Devils and Chelsea Play a Role in Their Value
Manchester United has already made a £40 million proposal for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount. This was soon rejected because the original bid was £30 million less than what the Blues were hoping for.
Personal terms are thought to have been reached between United and Mount’s camp. United are now poised to make a better offer for the England international, with the Red Devils optimistic of reaching an agreement to bring Mount to the Theatre of Dreams.
Mason Mount’s current contract expires in one year.
Manchester United’s optimism about signing the England midfielder soon stems from the fact that he has only one year left on his current deal at Stamford Bridge. Mount wants to move on now that contract talks appear to be over, and United wants Mount.
United have made it clear to the England star that they want him to join them, according to Romano. And that he is their top priority. In his Daily Briefing, Romano stated, “The player appreciates Ten Hag’s style of play and his insistence on bringing Mount to Old Trafford.”
“It’s an exciting project, and the player is remaining calm about the situation because there are no personal issues.”
‘United are also pleased since they know Mount is eager to relocate. The key unresolved issue is Chelsea’s stance on the price.’