Mason Mount will be acquired by Manchester United from Chelsea in a deal worth £60 million

Mason Mount: Manchester United settle Chelsea

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Mason Mount will be acquired by Manchester United from Chelsea in a deal worth £60 million. According to the source, the deal could also include add-ons worth an additional £5 million.

United has offered the England international a five-year contract with an additional year option. The five-year deal from United includes a one-year option for the England international.

Mount is eager to join Erik ten Hag’s team and has one year remaining on his Stamford Bridge deal.

Three of United’s first proposals were initially turned down by its Premier League opponents, but the most recent one was left on the table and has since been accepted.

Mount is currently en route to Manchester for a checkup.

What is the next transfer priority for Man Utd?

After the Mount agreement, United’s attention is anticipated to shift to the acquisition of a striker and goalkeeper.

Rasmus Hojlund from Atlanta and Kolo Muani from Eintracht Frankfurt are potential choices for a No. 9. United has initiated communication with Atlanta.

At midnight on Friday, David De Gea’s contract will officially expire.

Andre Onana of Inter Milan has been a key target. David Raya of Brentford and Diogo Costa of Porto have both caught United’s attention.

United is still looking to add a central defender, but they are only likely to do so if someone leaves.

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