Chelsea morning news: Mason Mount Agrees with Man Utd terms as Pochettino is dealing with Sporting star.

Chelsea morning news: Mason Mount Agrees with Man Utd terms as Pochettino is dealing with Sporting star.

According to Thesoccerstand, Manchester United and Mason Mount have reached an agreement about their personal terms, and the Red Devils are now set to sign the Chelsea midfielder. Football in London is aware of the situation.

Even though Liverpool have been doing a lot of legwork on the matter and Jurgen Klopp is a major fan of Mount, Erik ten Hag’s team currently holds the lead in the competition to recruit the England international.

United manager Erik ten Hag has expressed optimism that he would be able to sign Mount, and encouraging developments have been made in negotiations over the past few days since the two clubs competed against each other last Thursday.

Mount has one year left on his contract at Chelsea, but it seems as though he has already made up his mind to quit the club. In order to avoid letting him depart for free, the club is hoping to get as much money as possible for his services.

£2.6m Ugarte problem

The impending transfer of Manuel Ugarte to Chelsea this summer appeared to be a done deal; nevertheless, Mauricio Pochettino has been struck a blow in the competition to sign his top priority player.

Both Chelsea and PSG have made it known from the beginning that they intend to pay the €60 million (£51 million) release clause that is written into the 22-year-old’s contract, and both clubs have made it apparent that they intend to pay that price in installments.

After that, it was disclosed that the proposed salaries would play a significant role in the transfer competition from the standpoint of the Ugarte camp, and the Parisians presently enjoy an edge of £2.6 million.

Pochettino has a solution to the problems with the goalkeepers.

Due to the lack of clarity over the futures of Kepa Arrizabalaga and Edouard Mendy, one of the most important tasks that Mauricio Pochettino will have to do this summer is the recruitment of a new goalkeeper.

Andre Onana of Inter has been mentioned the most, and Chelsea has reportedly considered making a trade involving Kepa in order to transfer the player who formerly played for Ajax to Stamford Bridge.

That proposal was promptly rejected by the Blues, but their interest in the goalkeeper does not appear to have waned. On the other hand, a transaction of twelve million pounds that has already been finalized would provide Pochettino with the ideal solution to the dilemma he is having.

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Chelsea morning news: Mason Mount Agrees with Man Utd terms as Pochettino is dealing with Sporting star.