United are planning to tweak their latest bid for Mason Mount.
Man United have resumed discussions to acquire the services of Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount. Mount could potentially be Man United’s first summer signing under Erik ten Hag.
According to Daily Mail, the Red Devils have reopened negotiations with the Blues in hopes of reaching a compromise on the potential transfer of Mount to Old Trafford.
United made a third bid of £55million for Mount which was rebuffed by Chelsea last Friday. Nevertheless, the West London club have dropped their asking price to £65m, rekindling hope that a deal could be on the horizon.
United are planning to tweak their latest bid, albeit marginally, while firmly stating they won’t submit to Chelsea’s demands for England international.
Mount has one year remaining on his contract at Stamford Bridge, has recently returned from a holiday, and is due to report for pre-season training on Monday.
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