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Chelsea: Journalist shares big Mason Mount contract update

Chelsea: Journalist shares big Mason Mount contract update - Chelsea News

Journalist Dean Jones has shared a very promising update on midfielder Mason Mount’s proposed new deal at Chelsea.

The Lowdown: Blues eye new deals…

According to reliable reports, the west Londoners are attempting to tie their best players down to fresh terms after another very eventful transfer window.

Chelsea broke the British transfer record for midfielder Enzo Fernandez and there are suggestions owner Todd Boehly is by no means done there.

Fabrizio Romano recently shared that Graham Potter‘s side are in talks with the likes of Lewis Hall and N’Golo Kante new deals with Jones now dropping an update on Mount.

The Latest: Jones shares exciting Mount contract update…

Speaking to GiveMeSport, the reporter has shared news from a ‘well-informed contact’ regarding the midfielder.

Jones states that Mount’s new contract at Stamford Bridge could be a ‘matter of time’ as Chelsea pursue an agreement over fresh terms.

The Englishman is one of Potter’s most used players but he will also need to be fully convinced this is the place to remain.

The Verdict: Good news…

Despite Mount arguably not being at his best overall so far under Potter, we believe he will have a major role to plat at Chelsea in the coming years – if he pens a new contract.

The 24-year-old’s importance for Chelsea is clear, having been played among the most times by Potter this Premier League season.

Only the likes of Thiago Silva and Kai Havertz can boast a similar amount of minutes played to Mount and the player’s performances last season showcase real quality.

The former Derby County loanee registered 21 goal contributions in the league alone with 11 goals and 10 assists – not to mention their highest rate of attempts at goal per 90 (WhoScored).

As Mount’s contract ticks down, with it currently set to expire in 2024 as things stand, we believe tying down the homegrown ace should be among Chelsea’s top priorities.

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