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Sky Journalist – 3rd Deal Close – Man United agree terms worth £112million in fee and wages to sign player

Despite Manchester United made three bids to get Mason Mount from Chelsea, the transfer process dragged on far too long.

According to the most recent media sources, the two Premier League titans have struck an agreement to settle the controversy.

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Man United have agreed on cost and wage conditions worth £112 million to capture the attacking midfielder who set up the winning goal in the Champions League two years ago.

The England international has already signed a contract with Manchester United that would pay him £200,000 per week for the next five years (Mirror Sport).

After many bids were rejected, the twenty-time English champions agreed to a sum of £60 million with Chelsea to entice the player (The Athletic).

Mount has finally been granted clearance to finish his physical with the Red Devils, according to David Ornstein.

Pochettino and Ten Hag will have their pre-season teams ready next week, and all parties concerned would like to finalize the move of the 24-year-old before then.

The agile player has consistently scored and produced goals for Chelsea over the years, but he had an injury-plagued season last season.

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