The reason Mason Mount gave MU instead of Liverpool
Mason Mount has decided to leave Chelsea after refusing to sign a new contract at Stamford Bridge.
And the England midfielder is said to have chosen MU as the next stop. The Telegraph reported that the fact that Erik ten Hag’s team has tickets to attend Champions League had a decisive influence on Mason Mount’s selection, so he turned down Liverpool.
The remaining issue of Mason Mount’s deal to join the Red Devils is the fee. While Chelsea insisted on 80 million euros, because they wanted to find a way to keep him, MU only intended to spend no more than 60 million euros.
However, coach Erik ten Hag called Mason Mount to assure that MU will try to solve the situation as quickly as possible. After the first offer of 40 million pounds (47 million euros) was rejected by the Blues, the Red Devils are preparing to pay a second higher price.
Standard added that, in the event that MU falters, negotiations fail, Chelsea will accept to let him go freely next summer.
MU was given the green light to sign the Bundesliga star duo
MU received a big push in the pursuit of the duo Leverkusen, Jeremie Frimpong and Moussa Diaby.
In addition to having to bring in a top striker, Erik ten Hag is also said to be looking for a right-back and a winger to add to the Red Devils squad in the new season.
Both Frimpong and Diaby are mainstays in the Leverkusen 1st team but their future is in question. And according to the latest from the Daily Mail, the Bundesliga team is ready to let both go this summer, with an extension being ruled out.
Both players themselves also expressed their desire to find new challenges.
Frimpong is valued at around £34m and Leverkusen will let him leave if the right fee is received. Moussa Diaby is valued at 65 million pounds.
It is thought that MU will increase its pursuit of Moussa Dibaly if it decides to sell Jadon Sancho, the star has not proven to be worth commensurate after arriving from Dortmund in the summer of 2021.
Real Madrid is ready to sign Mbappe
L’Equipe said, Real Madrid willing to spend 200 million to sign Kylian Mbappe this summer, as well as to ensure the French captain will not land elsewhere, if he leaves PSG.
Marca newspaper further provided that, despite being ready to seize the opportunity to sign Mbappe, Real Madrid will not make an offer until PSG make a request for a price for this striker.
Mbappe’s future has been heating up in the past few days after he sent a letter to PSG about not activating the extension until 2025 and will stop at the agreement valid until next summer.
Although the striker 24 announced that he would stay in Paris next season (out of contract), but PSG fell into a situation where he was forced to sell him this summer if he did not want to lose everything next year.
After missing last year, Real Madrid is still Mbappe’s favorite choice and it is believed that sooner or later, the two sides’ fate will also take place.