Liverpool are desperate to sign Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount as the 24-year-old’s future at Stamford Bridge remains uncertain. 90 minutes understands
Mount has entered the final 18 months of his contract and 90 Minutes recently reported that talks over an extension have hit a wall, with the academy graduate yet to accept terms offered by Chelsea’s new regime. Not satisfied.
Most of the Premier League’s elite are monitoring the situation, and sources have confirmed to 90 Minutes that Liverpool are looking to capitalize on the uncertainty surrounding Mt. is ready.
The Reds are preparing to overhaul their midfield, with Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain expected to leave on free transfers and the futures of several other senior players up in the air, and to rejuvenate Mt. Identified as an exemplary signature. The Liverpool squad.
Liverpool are also the frontrunners for Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham but sources have insisted that their pursuit of the 19-year-old does not affect their interest in Mount, who, along with Wolves’ Matthias Nunes, Bellingham at Anfield. is seen as a possible definition of .
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This summer will present Chelsea with a significant problem as Mount will hit the final 12 months of his current deal. While officials have yet to give up hope of keeping the academy graduate at Stamford Bridge, it is accepted that a sale could be on the cards if he fails to sign new terms.
At this point, Liverpool would be interested in landing Mt., although 90 Minutes understands the midfielder would prefer to remain at Chelsea.
Mount is looking for a deal that will reflect his status as a regular starter for both club and country, as he looks to determine Chelsea’s long-term direction after a season of immense upheaval both on and off the pitch. Seeking reassurances about
Chelsea hope to be able to convince Mount to sign a new deal and, crucially, talks with the 24-year-old have not yet officially ended, but risk losing the Stamford Bridge manager. are well aware. Homegrown talent for a major competitor.