‘There’s another side’: John Terry claims £250,000-a-week player after Chelsea exit

John Terry has told Chelsea fans not to be too harsh about Mason Mount returning to Old Trafford with Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United.

Mason Mount moved from Chelsea to Manchester United in the summer transfer window.

United pay Mount a weekly salary of £250,000 (90min).

The Red Devils paid the Blues an initial transfer fee of £55 million for the England midfielder (Sky Sports).

John Terry on Mason Mount leaves Chelsea for Manchester United.

Mount was unable to agree a new contract with Chelsea, who then sold him to Premier League rivals Manchester United.

Journalist Simon Phillips has shared quotes from Chelsea legend Terry saying he knew exactly what happened to Mount and urged Stamford Bridge supporters not to be too hard on him.

Mason Mount hasn’t had the best start at Manchester United, but we think the England international would thrive at Old Trafford.

Mount is one of the best English midfielders ever and was a huge success during his time at Chelsea.

Mason Mount could thrive at Manchester United

The 24-year-old has been playing professional football at the highest level regularly for years.

During his time at Chelsea, Mount won the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup once each.

Mason Mount
Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

Mount has made 131 appearances in the Premier League so far in his career.

The midfielder has scored 27 goals and provided 22 assists in these games.

There are There were injury concerns at United so far, but we are confident we will see the best of Mount at the Red Devils in the coming weeks and months.

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Emma Bowman

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