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Manchester City join Liverpool in the race for 24-year-old Premier League star



Manchester City join Liverpool in the race for 24-year-old Premier League star

Manchester City enter the race for Liverpool transfer target Mason Mount

Manchester City has emerged as a new contender in the race for Chelsea’s Mason Mount, joining Liverpool and Manchester United in the pursuit of the talented midfielder.

The player’s future at the Blues remains uncertain as contract negotiations stand delayed, prompting United to even discuss a substantial bid of £55m for his services. But as per Manchester Evening News, Pep Guardiola’s side could become a problem for Liverpool in their pursuit of Mason Mount.

The involvement of City adds a new layer of complexity to the already dicey situation. The reigning Premier League champions have shown their intent to strengthen their squad by targeting Mount, who has proven his worth with his performances for Chelsea.

Moreover, the uncertainty surrounding his contract negotiations at Chelsea has provided United with an opportunity to make a compelling offer and potentially sway the player’s decision.

Mount to Manchester?

For Liverpool, the emergence of Manchester City and the active involvement of Manchester United certainly present significant challenges. While Liverpool’s interest in Mount is well-known, the competition from their Manchester rivals raises the stakes and makes it harder for them to secure the player’s commitment.

Liverpool, known for their recruitment and ability to attract top talents, will certainly need to navigate the intensified competition with strategic planning. Also, the club’s track record of success and their style of play under Jurgen Klopp could be strong factors in their favour. The new system at the Reds could really fit Mount’s style of play as well.

As the saga unfolds, fans will certainly and eagerly await updates on the 24-year-old’s future. Will Liverpool be able to overcome the challenges posed by Manchester City and Manchester United? Or will one of the Manchester clubs prove to be too enticing for the talented midfielder?

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Only time will tell as the transfer window progresses and the race for Mount’s signature intensifies. Hope we get him and obviously, help the 24-year-old England international explore his potential as a great footballer.


Real Madrid plan £40 million move for Liverpool hero

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – AUGUST 09: A detailed view of a Liverpool corner flag is seen prior to the Pre-Season Friendly match between Liverpool and Osasuna at Anfield on August 09, 2021 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Lewis Storey/Getty Images)

Real Madrid find themselves in an interesting position at the moment. On one hand, it is clear that this squad has a lot of quality and with players like Eduardo Camavinga, Fede Valverde, Eder Militao, Aurelien Tchouameni, Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo as the core of the team, they can be serious contenders for years to come.

On the other hand, it is also clear that they need to make additions. They simply do not have enough depth to be competing in all three competitions or to keep up with truly elite squads, like that of Manchester City.

One area where they might need to improve in the near future is left-back. The future of Ferland Mendy is in doubt and there have been suggestions that the Frenchman could leave in the summer.

As reported by The Mail+, Real Madrid plot a £40 million transfer move for Andrew Robertson. They have placed the Scotland captain on a list of potential summer reinforcements.

Real Madrid plan £40 million move for Liverpool hero

Robertson has had an interesting journey in football to say the least. After failing to make it at Celtic, there were many who felt that he would have a tough time establishing himself at a top level.

Now though, he has established himself as a Liverpool icon and been a key part of one of the club’s most successful eras. It has been made even sweeter by the fact that they had struggled to return to the top of English football for such a long time.

Robertson has not enjoyed a great campaign this time around. And while there have been no suggestions that he is looking for an exit, a chance to join Real Madrid might certainly interest him. Let’s see what the future holds for the Liverpool left-back as we approach the summer transfer window.

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