Mason Mount rejected Chelsea’s latest renewal offer

  • FT Writing
  • Update: Nov 26, 2022 08:19 CST
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FT Writing
Update: Nov 26, 2022 08:19 CST
3 minute read

Mason Mount refused to sign a new contract at Chelsea and will only have 18 months left on his current engagement.

Mount has developed into one of his team’s most important players in recent seasons, but has not signed a new contract since returning to Stamford Bridge from his loan at Derby County in 2019.

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Consequently, only earn £85,000 (€98,700) a week at Chelseaan astronomical amount for society in general, but less among his teammates.

The Blues They re-signed Reece James to a new six-year, £250,000 (€290,200) a week deal in September, but their attempts to do something similar with Mason have been unsuccessful.

The midfielder turned down a new contract worth more than £200,000 [232.200 euros] a week before flying to the World Cup“, reported the Daily Mail.

“Mount’s representatives are believed to be seeking a contract similar to that of Raheem Sterling, who was given £300,000 last summer [348.300 euros] a week by signing for Manchester City”.

Mount was one of the stars of his squad last season, notching 11 Premier League goals and 10 assists from midfield, but his production has dropped to two on both counts in 14 games this season.

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Juventus and Liverpool have been credited with an interest in Mountwhich is valued at 72 million euros according to the internal Football Transfers algorithm.

Chelsea are reportedly trying to sign Jude Bellingham and Declan Rice, Mount’s England international teammates, causing Mount to fade into the background and lose prominence.