As a result of a hijacked Liverpool contract, Mason Mount signs a £200,000 per week deal.

Mason Mount signs a £200,000-per-week contract after a Liverpool agreement is hijacked.


Mason Mount chose to sign with Man United over Liverpool, according to sources, and playing in the Champions League is a “big factor” in his decision.

Although they have not yet agreed on a fee with Chelsea, this website reported on Friday, 2 June, that Mount has reached a personal agreement with the Red Devils.

If a complete agreement can be reached, a reliable source told Football Insider that Mount will make about £200,000 per week at Old Trafford.
This summer, the England international is expected to leave Stamford Bridge due to a breakdown in contract talks.

His current contract is slated to end in June 2024, and it’s said Chelsea refused to give in to his demands for a raise to put him in the highest pay tier.

FBRef indicates that Mount is currently earns £80,000-a-week.

The Blues are eager to offer their stars longer-term contracts with lower salaries as they try to reduce expenses after making a significant transfer expenditure in the 2022–23 season.

Although Mount has been linked to Liverpool, Man City, Newcastle, and Arsenal, Man United is now the team that is most likely to clinch a deal.The 2022–23

season saw the star midfielder make 35 appearances in all competitions, scoring three goals until an injury ended his season.

He also plays a regular role for England, earning 36 total caps for the Three Lions and four appearances at the World Cup in Qatar.

After attaining a third-place finish in the 2022–23 season, Man United will participate in Champions League football the following year.

Erik ten Hag, the manager of the Red Devils, has already declared his intention to bring in a second striker in the summer transfer window to lessen the team’s reliance on top scorer Marcus Rashford.

In other news, Liverpool scuppered Chelsea’s star midfielder acquisition deal.

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