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Liverpool are looking to make a move for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount this summer. The England international is expected to leave Stamford Bridge for an impressive sum as his contract at Stamford Bridge expires.
The Daily Mail reports Liverpool are interested in signing the 24-year-old midfielder. He has been linked with several clubs as his current contract expires and it's believed he is looking for a pay rise from his current PS75,000 per week wages.
According to reports, Liverpool are in a prime position to sign Mason Mount when his contract at Chelsea expires next summer. Jurgen Klopp is said to be interested in signing Mount for his midfield position.
Liverpool have been monitoring Mount's situation at Stamford Bridge for some time and have expressed a keen interest. He is believed to be an admirer of Klopp, suggesting he might join Liverpool, who are gearing up for major changes to their midfield.
Liverpool will face a formidable battle to lure Mount away from Stamford Bridge and are unlikely to beat rivals Manchester United and Juventus to his signature. According to The Athletic, Liverpool have set an asking price of PS50m for him if they decide to sell.
The London club are seeking to tie Mount down to a long-term deal, but the midfielder has rejected this idea. Additionally, Mount is keen on receiving an increased salary package.
Premier League club Manchester United have decided to postpone discussions with Mount until after the season, in order to focus on finishing strong for this year.
However, the Blues remain interested in signing him as they look to add an experienced midfielder to their squad.
Accordingly, they are willing to let him depart this summer if talks do not progress further.
Liverpool would be wise to seize on this opportunity as they seek to bolster their midfield. If Mount does indeed leave Chelsea, the Reds could easily scoop him up and bring him to Anfield where he could forge an effective partnership with fellow midfielder Jude Bellingham.
If this scenario unfolds, Liverpool could have the perfect window of opportunity to bring in a versatile, technically proficient homegrown midfielder who could help them challenge for top four in the Premier League.
Liverpool must do everything possible to fill their midfield hole this summer, with Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain set for free transfers away from Anfield. Mount is exactly the type of player who would fit seamlessly alongside existing Anfield stars - someone who can fit in seamlessly.
Liverpool are set to challenge Manchester United for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount. Jurgen Klopp is looking to bolster his squad this month and is keen on adding a new central midfielder in January.
According to The Guardian, United boss Erik ten Hag has his sights set on Mount as one of his potential targets this summer. Reports indicate he could be available for as little as PS50m this summer - far cheaper than Tottenham's asking price for Harry Kane at PS100m, meaning United could easily sign him without breaking their budget.
Though Mount has been linked with a move to Anfield, their prospects could be complicated due to his contract situation at Chelsea. His form hasn't been stellar this season and speculation surrounding his future could mount.
Though he has yet to make the first team this year, he has still put in some impressive performances and is an integral part of Chelsea's midfield. Additionally, his two goals this campaign have been crucial for their success as they sought a way to secure victory.
Liverpool and Manchester United have both expressed an interest in 24-year-old Trent Alexander-Arnold. With Liverpool having a history of signing young talent such as Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah, and Luis Diaz having all grown up at the club, it's expected that one of these four will take him up.
United are known for developing young players through their system and have been on the search for a new center-field star. While Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham are being heavily touted, United are reportedly not in a position to sign either player so will consider alternatives, such as Mason Mount.
Although he has struggled at Stamford Bridge this season, he remains a very talented player and should be signed. Although young, his experience at this level will only grow with time. Already an excellent midfielder who can play either on the right or left side, his potential should not be overlooked.
Chelsea are one of England's most beloved clubs, drawing in many renowned players to play for them. Established in 1905, the club has a storied past and its unique 41,000-capacity stadium at Stamford Bridge which continues to draw huge crowds every matchday.
Recent years, the club has blossomed under Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich's ownership, winning 18 major trophies during his tenure in charge. Additionally, he brought in several top managers such as Jose Mourinho from 2004-2007.
Since Abramovich's departure in 2012, Chelsea have struggled to maintain their status as one of Premier League's elite teams. Many high-profile players have left during that period; however, the Blues have made up ground with a remarkable start to the 2021-22 season.
One of the keys to their success has been their ability to attract top talent from throughout Europe. They were the first British club to win a European trophy and have since gone on to win League titles, FA Cups, League Cups, and the European Cup Winners' Cup.
In 1996, Ruud Gullit took charge of player-manager duties and guided Chelsea towards unprecedented success. Under Gullit's guidance, the club made a lasting impression in Europe and consistently finished among the top four in Premier League competition for much of the 1990s.
Chelsea became one of England's most exciting teams during that period. They were able to attract some of the world's greatest players, such as Gianluca Vialli and Gianfranco Zola - two influential figures in world football.
Champions of Europe twice, in 2021 and 2022, the London-based club also claimed other prestigious prizes throughout their history including four league titles and an incredible 17 domestic cups.
Chelsea have endured the ups and downs of their long history, yet remain one of England's most beloved teams. Their fans include one of England's most notorious hooligan gangs, known as The Headhunters. These fans are notorious for their aggression, often ending up in other teams' stands during matches with regular assaults against fans.
Mason Mount's future at Chelsea is uncertain, after he rejected a new contract that left him below the wage levels of other senior players and new recruits. With 18 months left on his deal, it's believed that Mount wants to triple his current PS80,000-per-week salary. Last season Frank Lampard gave Mount an opportunity to prove himself; however, since then he's struggled to build on it and is now fighting for his place in the team.
He's been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge, with Liverpool and Manchester United reportedly interested in bringing him to Anfield. Although he's usually found playing in the front three, this central midfielder boasts experience from both Premier League and Champions League competitions.
Boehly's future at Chelsea remains in doubt, despite him having been one of their most impressive academy graduates. Since taking over from Roman Abramovich last summer, he's spent over PS600m on players including academy graduate Enzo Fernandez from Benfica in January.
But with FFP approaching, the club are said to be treading carefully and offering players long deals to spread costs over longer periods. As a result, some Blues' academy graduates are earning significantly less than other top players at the club and could potentially have to part with some assets in order to balance their books next year.
Mount is still determined to stay at Chelsea and hopes to follow in the footsteps of fellow academy graduates Reece James and Armando Broja who both signed long-term deals this season. Unfortunately, with Chelsea having spent close to PS300m on recruits last January, they are hesitant to offer Mount the kind of money he desires.
Negotiations are expected to resume soon, though it seems unlikely they will take a positive turn right away. Should negotiations fail to reach an agreement, Mount could be sold in order to balance the books and give Chelsea some breathing room in 2024.