Newcastle eyes 24-year-old Chelsea star as potential signing

Israel Oluwaseg Lawal
According to reports, Newcastle United is showing interest in signing Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount at the end of this season.

In a recent development in the Premier League, it has been reported that Newcastle United is eyeing Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount as a potential signing at the end of this season.

The 24-year-old, who has been a key player for the Blues in recent seasons, has not yet agreed to a new deal with the club, and as a result, rumors of a potential move away from Stamford Bridge have been swirling around him.

Daily Mail  reports that Newcastle United has joined the chase for the talented midfielder, whose contract with Chelsea is set to expire in 2024. This news comes as no surprise given that Mount has been previously linked with other top-tier clubs like Liverpool.

As things stand, Newcastle United could certainly benefit from the addition of more quality in the midfield. The club has been overly reliant on Bruno Guimaraes for creativity in the middle, and bringing in someone like Mount would undoubtedly provide more options for the manager to work with.

While Mount has not been in top form this season, his previous performances have shown that he has what it takes to make an impact in the Premier League. His experience, vision, and technical ability could be a significant asset to any team.

As the season progresses, it will be interesting to see if Newcastle United can pull off this potential signing and add Mason Mount to their squad for the next campaign.

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