January 21, the British “Guardian” reported that Liverpool intends to sign Mount, and Chelsea hopes to renew the contract with the player.
With 18 months left on Mount’s current contract, Chelsea have yet to meet his salary demands, prompting speculation about whether the two sides can successfully renew.
If the situation continues to drag on, Liverpool, who are planning to rebuild their midfield, will be ready to shoot.
Chelsea are reluctant to lose Mount, especially after seeing him join one of their direct rivals, and the club remain optimistic about convincing Mount to renew his contract.
Mount has joined Chelsea’s youth academy since he was 6 years old and entered the first team in 2019. He is very popular with fans.
Mount, who currently earns £75,000-a-week, is one of Chelsea’s lowest-paid players, wants the club to show sincerity.
Chelsea is willing to give players a relatively large salary increase, but only within a reasonable range, negotiations will continue, Chelsea is ready to be as generous as possible to Mount.