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Football News: Transfer news: Mason Mount, Rice and Silva

Chelsea have rejected a third bid from Manchester United for Mason Mount. Manchester United's offer for the Chelsea pillar is £55m. United have said they will abandon negotiations if their offer is not accepted. United boss Eric ten Haag wants mount to strengthen United as they qualify for next year’s Champions League title. 

The England international has made 195 appearances for Chelsea since joining in 2019, scoring 33 goals. Towards the end of the season, however, he missed the game due to injury. His club Chelsea finished 12th in the league this season. According to United, the player is interested in joining them. Rice City or Arsenal? Premier League leaders and second-placed Arsenal are looking to sign West Ham and England star Declan Rice. In the meantime, Manchester City were also interested. Recently under Davis Moyes, the player lifted the Europa Conference League title.
The player, whose performances have been increasing since then, has caught the eye of the coaches. Former England pillar Owen Hargreaves said of the player after the Conference League Cup: “He could be the pillar of the defensive world.” Silva to Al Hilal? Manchester City star Bernaldo Silva is set to join Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal. Silva's contract with City runs until The club, however, want to sign him for an extension. However, other clubs are expressing interest in him. PSG and Barcelona want to sign the 28-year-old Portugal international. Barcelona have agreed a deal to sign Manchester City striker Ilkay Gundogan. However, it is said that PSG and Barcelona are interested in Silva and the player may move to the Saudi Pro League. This is related to the salary offered from there. The Riyadh-based club have signed Wolves striker Ruben Neves for a record fee of £47m. Al Hilal are currently in talks to sign Silva. The Portuguese has been instrumental in City’s five-time Premier League title since joining in This season, he lifted the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup under Pep Guardiola. Later, big names like Ronaldo, Benzema, Nigolo Kante and others traveled to Saudi Arabian clubs.

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