Bayern Munich HIJACK Mason Mount Move!

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Bayern Munich are set to hijack the move for Chelsea star Mason Mount, MySportDab reports.

The Bundesliga champions are ready to rival Manchester United in the race to sign Mason Mount.

Manchester United are facing an impasse with Chelsea over Mason Mount deal.

Three bids have been submitted by the Old Trafford club for Mason Mount but they have all been rejected by Chelsea.

Manchester United Evening News reports Manchester United are not happy with Chelsea over the impasse on Mason Mount.

Manchester United sports director, John Murtough, has been particularly critical of Chelsea’s handling of Manchester United’s move for Mason Mount.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have also opted to engage Manchester United on talks to sort out bottlenecks and finalize the deal despite having rejected the club’s third bid for the player.

Amidst the back and forth scenario between the two Premier League clubs, the Guardian reports Bayern Munich are already stepping up their interest in Mason Mount and will want to sign the England star this summer.

Mason Mount has always been Bayern Munich manager, Thomas Tuchel’s favorite player.

Thomas Tuchel won the Champions League with Chelsea with Mason Mount making a key part of the squad.

The former Chelsea boos is now ready to lure Mason Mount to Allianz and force a reunion.

Mason has one year remaining in his Chelsea contract and is not ready to sign a new contract.

He has agreed personal terms with Manchester United but the impasse with Chelsea, rejecting three bids from Man United has stalled the move.

Instead of losing him for free after next season, Chelsea are eager to sell Mason Mount for £65m.

However, there are projections the club may be forced to lower the asking price and sell to Bayern Munich, who are also interested than selling to local rivals, Manchester United.

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