Man Utd second bid gets rejected by chelsea
The worth for the Chelsean player Mason Mount will be expected to raise higher, as Man Utd second bid gets rejected by Chelsea in the summer transfer windows.
It is said to be Erik ten Hag’s offer for Mason Mount worth around £50m was offered to Chelsea in the second bid was rejected by the club. Mount has one year left on his contract with Chelsea and is expecting new offers for him, as he is unlikely to sign new terms with Chelsea.
The second offer is understood to be worth £50m – £45m guaranteed plus £5m in performance-related add-ons. Man Utd are clear about signing the England International midfielder but also have valuation in mind. Negotiations are expected to continue for this bidding, as his contract is still left with one year. Neville insist EPL to stop players to move on to Saudi Pro League on Summer transfers.
Manchester United had offer £40m in the first bid which was reported earlier this month, which was rejected by Chelsea. Erik ten Hag bumped into Mount when he was the manager of Ajax head coach. On loan at Vitesse Arnhem, the 18 year old free kick led to his Side’s third goal as they beat Ajax 3-2 in March 2018. Manchester City had agreed with Chelsea on Signing a deal for Mateo Kovacic.
Erik ten Hag was incharge of his eighth game at Ajax, reportedly tried to sign Mount for the Dutch club on Chelsea from Chelsea the following season. It was from fourteen goals, and 10 assists in his first full campaign of senior football, largely from central midfield, had caught Ten Hag’s attention. Manchester city treble winner captain Ilkay Gundagon moves to Barcelona free transfer
The likelihood of Mount staying at Stamford Bridge is remote with the midfielder unwilling to sign a new deal. Chelsea know this is the time to cash in on a player who has just one year left on his contract. Ten Hag, it seems, could be about to get his man.
Shaw and England manager Gareth Southgate both joked about how players have been “tapping up” each other during the June international break, which falls in the same month as the opening of the transfer window.
“There’s a few,” Shaw joked when asked about whether Mount is one of the players he has spoken to about a move.
“He is not here, but it’s all just a bit of banter really. Obviously we have a joke and a laugh about it.
“I’m not too sure what goes on behind the scenes, it’s to do with the club really. But of course when we are here, we are always together and we have a joke about it. But I don’t really know what’s going on.”
Mason Mount journey over the league
Mason Mount is a Chelsea midfielder who has taken part in the majority of the club’s Premier League games in 2022/2023, making 24 appearances overall and playing 1,657 minutes. He has started in 20 of these appearances across their 38 fixtures and been used as a substitute on four occasions.
The last Premier League appearance that Mount made came on April 15 for Chelsea against Brighton & Hove Albion; a match that he played 16 minutes in during a 2-1 defeat. In total, he has netted three Premier League goals this term, and provided two assists. He has amassed four yellow cards.
It was against Bournemouth on December 27 when Mount last scored, netting in a 2-0 win. His opening goals of the campaign came in the 2-0 victory against Aston Villa on October 16, when he scored twice.
In last season’s Premier League, Mount featured in 32 games for Chelsea, scored 11 goals and provided 10 assists.
Mount rejoined Chelsea in July 2019 after a loan spell at Derby County, for whom he made 38 league appearances in total, scoring nine goals and providing four assists.
It was on August 11, 2019 that Mount made his Premier League debut, aged 20 years and 213 days, versus Manchester United. Overall, in his Premier League career, he has appeared 129 times in the competition, with 27 goals and 22 assists.