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Current situation of Mason Mount’s contract and future at Chelsea

Mason Mount, the 24-year English midfielder, has been a regular starter for Chelsea back for a couple of seasons. He has been playing extremely well and his progress rate is quite high.

MASON MOUNT CONTRACT SITUATION

The attacking or central midfielder’s contract will be expiring in June 2024. He reportedly earns €80,000 per week as per a deal signed in 2019. The talks for the renewal of the contract have not progressed to the liking of the midfielder. As reported earlier, Mount is demanding equal pay like the top earners of the club, like Raheem Sterling, Reece James, etc. However, the Blues are not convinced by his demands which has left him unsatisfied with all the renewal offers.

CLUBS INTERESTED IN THE MIDFIELDER

Liverpool is quite interested in Mount as Bellingham might be a bit expensive. The midfielder can play both attacking and central positions and this is the position Liverpool will try to fill up in the next transfer window.

Manchester City is also interested in Mount. They might lose Gundogan in 2024 as his contract expires. To fill that place City will be looking for quite a good option.

If, Mount wants to gain new adventure in Europe then Juventus can also be a good option. The Serie A giants have been struggling this season and have also got a deduction of 15 points due to the financial crisis. The Bianconeri would be looking to splash a huge amount in the transfer market in order to stabilize next season.

CONCLUSION

The Blues won’t hesitate to put Mount on sale if both parties will not be able to reach a contract extension. With so many clubs interested in signing him, Chelsea might bag a decent fee for him.

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