Chelsea sets conditions for giving up Mont


Press reports revealed, on Friday evening, the price that Chelsea is asking for, to give up its English international star, Mason Mount.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City clubs want to benefit from the services of the English player, while Chelsea is trying to link him to a new long-term deal.

Mont's contract with Chelsea is set to expire at the end of the 2023-2024 season, and it is expected that the halt in negotiations will result in the player leaving the London club.

Mond is reluctant to sign a new contract with Chelsea, despite the possibility of increasing his current salary by about 80,000 pounds per week, because the influx of new players has caused his ranking to decline among his position options.

And Mont has started just one of the last 4 Premier League matches.

Although it is not yet clear whether he will stay or go, The Sun newspaper reported that Chelsea will not give up his player for less than 50 million pounds, in the next summer transfer period.

Manchester United stands out as the biggest team that wants to benefit from Mont's services, after realizing the difficulty of signing Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham.

But in order to sign Mont, manager Eric ten Hag will have to weed out unwanted individuals from the squad, such as captain Harry Maguire, striker Anthony Martial and midfielder Scott McTominay.

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