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Last transfer Mason Mount Chelsea: Liverpool and Man United interests, price tag, Boehly’s point of view



Last transfer Mason Mount Chelsea: Liverpool and Man United interests, price tag, Boehly’s point of view

Chelsea news: Mason Mount still linked with a possible departure from the club this summer, with Liverpool and Manchester United among the squads linked to the midfielder


LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 26: Mason Mount of Chelsea reacts during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea FC at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on February 26, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)


Mason Mount was twice Chelsea’s Player of the Year. He has a Champions League winner’s medal and an assist in the final. In the run-up to victory in 2021, he scored in the quarter-finals and semi-finals. He finished second at the European Championships and also played in three FA Cup finals. He also has a second Carabao Cup medal, the 24-year-old was a world champion. He has been at Chelsea since he was eight and has played nearly 200 games in three and a half seasons with 33 goals and 37 assists. However, his contract expires in less than 18 months.

The Blues’ offensive support in the 2021/22 season has a far from certain future despite his resume in his still young career. For a player from his past, it’s extraordinary to be in a place where he may not be a Chelsea player for too long. With Cesar Azpilicueta, Reece James and Armando Broja all signing new deals at the Todd Boehly-owned club, Mount has yet to commit. As he battles his worst form since making his debut in 2019, there are now big questions.

In less than 12 months he can negotiate a free transfer from the club, leading rival clubs to snap up the midfielder on the cheap this summer, with Liverpool at the forefront. Here collects the reported interest and the latest news on his contractual situation.

There is still a “major rift” between Mason Mount and Chelsea over new contract talks ahead of the summer transfer window. This according to Fabrizio Romano, who argues that the midfielder’s chances of a departure are increasing and that it will be an option to leave if a new deal is not agreed.