Man Utd ‘make £50m Mason Mount bid as they push for England double-transfer with Harry Kane’ | The Sun

Man Utd ‘make £50m Mason Mount bid as they push for England double-transfer with Harry Kane’ | The Sun

June 5, 2023

MANCHESTER UNITED are set to launch a £50million bid for Mason Mount, according to reports.

The Chelsea star has just one year remaining on his contract at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues want to keep their homegrown talisman, but a new deal is unlikely at this stage.

According to the Telegraph, Man United will offer £50m for Mount later this month.

They feel that this is a fair price for the England international, given his contractual situation.

Mount's extension talks with Chelsea have hit a stalemate, although personal terms with United aren't expected to be a problem.


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While the Blues are reluctant to sell Mount, they would like to raise funds prior to June 30 to ease their Financial Fair Play burden.

The West Londoners have spent £600million over the last two transfer windows.

Mount, 24, gave an awkward interview with Sky Sports' Martin Brundle while attending the Spanish Grand Prix yesterday.

Asked about links with Old Trafford, the attacking midfielder laughed as he evasively said: "I'm here to just enjoy the race today. Amazing day, I can't wait to watch it."

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United boss Erik ten Hag wants to use Mount as a dynamic No8 – while his versatility is found attractive by club chiefs.

The Red Devils also want to sign England captain Harry Kane this summer, but accept that a deal will be difficult to achieve.

Like Mount at Chelsea, Kane has just one year remaining on his Tottenham contract.

Spurs remain reluctant to sell, however, and will try to convince the 29-year-old to pen a new deal.

Kane could opt to run down his contract, leaving on a free transfer in 2024.

United will have to compete with Real Madrid for Kane's signature.

Boss Carlo Ancelotti is a huge fan of the striker, and has asked Madrid bosses to make the signing a "priority".

SunSport revealed last week that Kane would rather stay in the Premier League, as he eyes Alan Shearer's goalscoring record.

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