Three Reasons Why Mason Mount Will Be A Perfect Signing For Man United
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount is currently refusing to sign a new contract. It is not difficult to see why Mount is disagreeing with the club about his worth. The midfielder currently plays as a number 10.
However, when a new Chelsea signing from RB Leipzig(Christopher Nkunku) arrives, Mount could bid farewell to his position. Mount could also play as a winger or in midfield but the emergence and Enzo Fernandez and his lack of pace could seem him fail to start.
However, at Man United, Mason Mount could very easily find himself a new home. Here are three reasons why Mason Mount will be perfect for Man United.
1. He Understands Ten Hag’s tactics
Most people know Mason Mount from his tiCountyDerby county in the Champiat on-ship and Chelsea.
In addition, Mount also played in the Netherlands for lowly-ranked Vitesse. Ten Hag currently seems to appreciate players who have played in the Netherlands more. Hence, the fact that Mount has some sought of understanding of the Dutch style of play could play into Ten Hag’s hands.
2. He is a pressing monster.
Mason Mount is one of the most hardworking attacking players in world football. Just as Thomas Tuchel who was unable to drop him during Chelsea’s mesmerizing Champions League run. Ten Hag’s system requires intensive pressing and Mason Mount will be a huge help in that regard although his competition Bruno Fernandes, does much more than pressing.
3. He Offers A Different Style Of Play To Bruno Fernandes
Mount and Bruno Fernandes may seem to be similar due to their pressing abilities. They are both hardworking number 10s who are efficient at delivering set pieces. Bruno’s goal-scoring numbers have also dropped from his first two seasons.
The slight difference between Bruno and Mount comes in their passing. While Mount is a short-range passer, Bruno is more dangerous during long-range passing. Hence, Mount will be better equipped in terms of exchanging quick short passes in the opponent’s opponent’s box due to his superior link-up play.