Mason Mount makes decision about his future at Chelsea
Even though top Premier League teams were interested, Mason Mount, who graduated from the Chelsea Academy and is now a star for the Blues, is said to have already decided his future with the club.
Even though the midfielder has just over a year left on his contract, his performance has been getting worse, and his profile hasn’t gone down, some Blues fans don’t seem to mind if the team sells him.
Getting rid of Mount, on the other hand, could be a very bad idea because he would definitely come back in a very bad way to score and beat Chelsea. Still, all of this is based on the idea that we won’t be celebrating in this made-up situation. It shouldn’t be a surprise that all of the best teams in the Premier League are reportedly trying to get the 24-year-old to leave Stamford Bridge. It would be strange if they made any of their EPL rivals better between 2023 and 2024.
After leaving Manchester City, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus have made Arsenal better. Pep Guardiola might not have said anything at all about those strange trades, but this is not clear. There are rumours that Liverpool, Manchester City, and Manchester United all want to sign Mount this summer. They are keeping a close eye on what happens with his contract.
At the moment, we don’t know if James Olley’s information is correct or not. Even though some big names have recently joined the competition and teams are keeping an eye on him, most people agree that Mount has already decided what he wants to do with his career.
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Nizaar Kinsella says that Mount wants to keep working for CFC. At the moment, he is committed to Chelsea in many ways and has “rejected attention” from others.
Since the player’s contract talks are said to have taken a long time, it is said that other teams “sensed potential” in the situation. The Blues’ head coach, Graham Potter, won’t give the media any new information or updates on how the team is doing.