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Mason Mount's lesson, that makes him the Premier League's top signing

Mason Mount could be best reinforcement in Ten Hag era

By Harry Smith

Mason Mount could be best reinforcement in Ten Hag era
Mason Mount could be best reinforcement in Ten Hag era
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Manchester United and British midfielder, Mason Mount, reached an agreement a few days ago, the purchase for 60 million and a 5-year contract that they are about to sign, would put him as one of the best signings that the club has had in recent years. 

Although the negotiations were not easy for the red devils, who after 3 rejected offers, would see their chances of bringing Mount frustrated, even so, Ten Hag would not give up and consequently Chelsea would end up accepting the offer, something that all the fans would applaud since after so long we would finally have our first signing. 

It is true that Mason Mount still has a lot to show at United and will surely be one of the best players in the squad, but we must remember that, with Chelsea, Mount, was one of the key pieces for the "Blues" to win the Champions League, although after that his level dropped, you could think that it was not the fault of the player, but the problems that the London team was going through. 

The future that the British player has is impressive, his quality, his skills and his mentality will place him as one of the best young players in England; Manchester United has to take advantage of this great signing, so that he can be the face of the club in the future and not end up like many other stars who came with great expectations and ended up disappointing everyone.


The numbers that put Mount as the best option United had

Since the arrival of Mason Mount at Chelsea, the midfielder was able to shine and become one of the best players at his club; his 27 goals, 22 assists, 129 appearances and more than 9,500 minutes can confirm his great moment he lived with the Blues, for that reason Ten Hag noticed him and he was the main option in this transfer market.

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