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Chelsea Contract Rebel Mason Mount ‘rejects’ Another New Offer With Blues ‘still £100k Short’

Chelsea midfielder mason mount Another contract offer from the Stamford Bridge senior is thought to have been rejected.

according to the daily mailMount reportedly rejected the offer before flying to Qatar with the Three Lions world cup responsibilities This is a strategic gamble between the player and his faction. If the 23-year-old enjoys a good game in the England squad, his value and price could rise significantly, while attracting interest from other teams.

Chelsea It has been agreed to suspend negotiations during the game, but considering the gap in valuation between the two sides, it seems that they are still some way away from reaching an agreement.

Mount has had a mixed game so far after shining in England’s opening game in a 6-2 thrashing of Iran. However, he came in for some criticism following a 0-0 draw with the USA on matchday two, with many fans claiming he should have been substituted. manchester city Star Phil Foden.

A £200,000-a-week offer has been rejected by the midfielder’s representatives and there are rumors they will stick to that figure Raheem Sterling Has made money since joining in the summer. The striker is thought to have secured a £300,000-a-week deal.

Chelsea have yet to make an offer even close to that amount, but are initially confident of extending Mount’s stay in a similar way to how they secured Reece James’ future.






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The right-back was quick to sign a new deal worth £250,000-a-week but Mount is clearly in no rush to sign anything.

Those in charge at Stamford Bridge are increasingly concerned about Mount’s delay, with the England star just 18 months left to finalize his deal with Chelsea before leaving the west London outfit.

With each passing month, if Mount’s contract issues remain unresolved, concerns over his club’s future could grow.

Despite being one of the Stamford Bridge fans’ favorites, Mount is still one of the lowest paid players in the Chelsea squad at £85,000-a-week.

This is because Mount has not signed a contract at Chelsea since returning to the Blues on loan from Derby County three years ago.

At that time, Mount had not forced his way into the Chelsea first team and became the mainstay of the Blues.

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