MASON MOUNT has been spotted taking some time to relax on the golf course ahead of his competitive debut for Manchester United.
The England star joined Erik ten Hag’s side this summer from Chelsea for a £60million fee.
Eamonn and James ClarkeMason Mount has been spotted out golfing in Cheshire[/caption]
Eamonn and James ClarkeHe found some time to play golf after signing for Manchester United this summer[/caption]
Eamonn and James ClarkeMount was driving around the course in a bright red Ferrari golf buggy[/caption]
Eamonn and James ClarkeHe was playing alongside a friend[/caption]
Eamonn and James ClarkeMount soaked up the sun as he got to the putting green[/caption]
And it looks like he’s already found some time in between his gaffer’s intense training sessions to fit in some golf.
The 24-year-old could be seen driving around the golf course in a garish bright red Ferrari golf buggy.
Whilst he sported his golfing gear playing alongside a friend in the sunny weather.
Mount is expected to make his competitive debut for Man United on Monday night.
Wolves will be under the management of Gary O’Neil who was appointed as their new boss after Julen Lopetegui’s shock exit earlier this week.
Mount joins Rasmus Hojlund and Andre Onana as United’s big money signings so far this summer.
But there could be more incomings at the Theatre of Dreams with ten Hag reportedly keen on bolstering his midfield with Sofyan Amrabat.
The Fiorentina man has been long linked with a move, but United could face competition to sign him with both Atletico Madrid and Juventus also vying for his signature.
There is also set to be a whole host of outgoings for Man U with Harry Maguire and Fred expected to be shown the exit door alongside Anthony Elanga and Alex Telles who have already completed moves away.