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Yet another Blue might complete a transfer away from Chelsea after Mason Mount’s commitment.

Yet another Blue might complete a transfer away from Chelsea after Mason Mount's commitment.

Yet another Blue might complete a transfer away from Chelsea after Mason Mount commitment.

Despite complications with the club fines delaying Chelsea’s ambitions to bind players down to new contracts, Mason Mount remains loyal to the club.

Romano, writing exclusively for twistok.com, provides an update on Mount’s condition as well as a few other major players on the books at Stamford Bridge.

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Romano, on the other hand, says that Mount has not held negotiations with Liverpool or Manchester City, and that staying at his current club is his objective.

“Despite the uncertainty surrounding the club’s ownership, I don’t think Blues fans have too much to worry about Mason Mount’s situation at Chelsea,” Romano added.

“Staying in Chelsea has always been a top objective for Mason Mount. Like Alonso, Jorginho and Kante before him, he has no doubt about his devotion but his condition must be closely monitored.

Indeed, all the players have been waiting for months to talk contract extensions with Chelsea, but there has been no change; the sanctions have dragged down the contract renewal process.

One of our first priorities will be to extend both Mason Mount and N’Golo Kante contracts, while Alonso has a decent possibility of returning to Spain,” reads the statement from the club. Mount is not currently in talks with Liverpool or Manchester City.”

 

At this point in his career, Alonso’s return to Spain makes sense. However, he remains an undervalued player in recent Chelsea history.

Even yet, having Mount and Kante as primary priorities for CFC makes sense at this point.

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