Chelsea Co-Owner Todd Boehly Makes Offer to Manchester United Regarding Mason Mount
According to a report on Tribal Football, Todd Boehly, co-owner of Chelsea, has personally reached out to Manchester United following the Blues’ rejection of Manchester United’s third bid for Mason Mount, which was valued at £55 million.
The report states that Boehly has informed Manchester United that Chelsea is open to the idea of selling Mason Mount. Although United’s second offer for the midfielder was turned down by Chelsea, Boehly has contacted them and stated that Mount could be available for a fee of £65 million.
This marks the first time in the ongoing negotiations that Chelsea has taken the initiative and expressed their willingness to strike a deal in any form, as reported by The Sun. Boehly has also proposed a face-to-face meeting to facilitate the completion of the transfer. Additionally, he has put forward a structured payment plan, suggesting an initial down payment of £58 million with an additional £7 million in add-ons.