Fabrizio Romano on Mason Mount’s contract talks and wages amount


The dawn of a brand new Chelsea era is upon us. The consortium headed by Todd Boehly along with Clearlake Capital will complete their takeover any day now. In fact, the deal might go through at any minute. At the time of writing, nothing is yet confirmed; though approval has now transpired from the Premier League, government and Portuguese officials. Portugal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs were involved as former CFC chairman Roman Abramovich has citizenship in the European Union country. Which made this acceptance a necessary element of the transaction.

With the fresh Blues age about to be ushered in, Pride of London would now like to inform you of other updates we have gathered via verified in the know sources from social media. First of all, it is claimed by freelance sports writer Rob Bairner that Ousmane Dembele shall decline Barcelona’s contract offer and consequently sign for Paris Saint-Germain. Whether or not the West London club were majorly interested in the winger is up for debate. Elsewhere a report from Evening Standard journalist James Robson suggests Boehly wants Chelsea to immediately challenge for the EPL title. He will be stationed in London this summer, and the American businessman’s primary work location is going to be Stamford Bridge.

Fabrizio Romano provides details on Chelsea star Mason Mount’s contract

Additionally for Blues fans, there are numerous transfer links with the club; many more ought to arise, too, as the incoming chairman has set aside a £ 200million war chest for Thomas Tuchel to spend. It is understood, presently, that most of the budget will be spent on defenders; the departures of Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger are chiefly responsible for this forethought.

Among the most important priorities for CFC at the moment are contract renewals. I am not going to waste your time in explaining again how indispensable Mason Mount and Reece James are to the side. For a small minority of ‘fans’ to slam Mount for a penalty miss versus Liverpool and consequently turn on him is ludicrously ungrateful.

Importance here is plainly obvious, even though a so-called Chels’ supporter on Twitter criticized the England star heavily on our Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech post on Wednesday. Pulisic partisanship – if ever I have seen it. He is a quality player, but people must face the possible eventuality that it may not work out for the USA international on Fulham Road. Rant over.

Back to business at hand, securing the aforementioned academy graduated duo remains paramount. And that sentiment goes for the faithful, staff and, supposedly, the soon-to-be chief. There were worries around the Bridge that James or Mount may become frustrated at negotiations outlawed. Not to mention both being, relatively, drastically underpaid.

Above this paragraph you can see a tweet from Fabrizio Romano which states that the 23-year-old is about to begin discussing an improved agreement with the Blues. This was always expected, but confirmation from the Italian comforts fans.

Furthermore, Romano revealed that Cesar Azpilicueta, Marcos Alonso, N’golo Kante and Jorginho will also sit down with the outfit. Sam Cunningham declares Mount’s wages will be in excess of £ 160k-per-week.


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