£70 million deal is done, this is the best decision Chelsea made. Chelsea is coming very strong

Mason Mount, a midfielder for Chelsea, has reportedly received a bid from Manchester United this summer.

After failing to have any form of effect at the club last season, Mount is a player who appears to be done at Stamford Bridge, and it is anticipated that he will depart the club during current transfer window.

There is a growing perception that Mount, whose contract at Stamford Bridge has one year remaining, wants to transfer to Old Trafford.

According to The Guardian, United made an offer for Mount that the Blues instantly rejected because it is insufficient.

United is aware of their price range and it is well acknowledged that there is a significant disparity in assessments.

Dharmesh Sheth, a prominent correspondent for Sky Sports News, has commented on Mount’s departure.

“It seems like the two clubs are valued quite differently. If a deal for Mason Mount cannot be finalized, United will consider a number of other players.

“However, given that Mount only has one year left on his contract, you have to wonder how long Chelsea will keep engaging in this poker game.

“Manchester United may turn around and say they are content with their bids and will pull away if they continue to insist, ‘no, you need to raise more money to buy him.

Mount may leave Chelsea for free next summer and even sign a pre-contract agreement with a foreign team in six months if he doesn’t then agree to a new contract.

The player is leaning toward United, and they are aware of that, so it would be advantageous for Chelsea if there were many clubs interested in Mount. There can’t be a bidding war if no other teams are expressing real interest.

“We were debating whether £55 million is the maximum United is ready to spend, while Chelsea wants £70 million, but this is starting at £40 million. That pricing means that United will only spend between £50 million and £55 million.


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