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Manchester United is 'preparing a bid' in response to a '£70 million plus add-ons demand.'

Manchester United and Chelsea are still at odds about Mason Mount’s transfer cost.

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So, what is the status of Mason Mount’s transfer to Manchester United?

The Mail claimed at the end of May that following the FA Cup Final, the club would ‘immediately turn their attentions to completing their summer recruitment plan.’

According to the Times, United is set to make an early bid’. However, it appears that the club is not making much progress.

Mason Mount’s newest Chelsea is still demanding a large fee, which The Times claims is in excess of £70 million.

According to The Times, Manchester United is ‘preparing a bid’.

According to the source, “Chelsea says they are willing to let his deal expire if they do not receive the £70 million fee, plus add-ons, they are seeking.”

“Manchester United is the frontrunner and is preparing a bid, believing they have the advantage.”

There was hope that this would be a quick and easy transaction to complete. Mount’s rumored eagerness to join United has been highly publicized, with The Telegraph reporting that personal terms had been agreed upon.

Both clubs are now in a standoff. From Chelsea’s claim that Mount’s contract will be terminated to United’s willingness to walk away.

Nobody wants a re-enactment of a lengthy transfer controversy from the past. This is the flipside of last year’s Frenkie de Jong situation, in which the player wants to join but the club is holding up over a fee.

Last summer, United reached an agreement with Barcelona, but De Jong refused to leave.

Whatever time it takes to ‘prepare an offer,’ United must handle this one, one way or another, because the club has enough other business to attend to.

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