Fresh Mason Mount transfer update ahead of Chelsea vs Everton clash

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Chelsea are still hoping to make a breakthrough in negotiations regarding extending Mason Mount’s contract.

Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has appointed a new agent as his future at Stamford Bridge continues to dominate the headlines.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, Mount has hired Neil Fewings from Wasserman Media Group to help with the on-going contract discussions as Chelsea continue to drag their feet regarding a new long-term deal for the midfielder.

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Mount was previously managed by Stellar Football, but decided to allow his father handle all his negotiations for the last 18 months- but he’s now gone to Neil Fewings to help him get a new deal. His contract at Stamford Bridge runs out in 2024.

Liverpool and Manchester United are reported to be monitoring his situation at Stamford Bridge and could pounce on him in the summer.

Mount has been Chelsea’s Player of the Season for two years running but has endured a difficult season under Graham Potter so far, the 24-year-old has missed the last three games due to injury but was surprisingly named in the England team for the upcoming international break.

Mount came through the Academy at Chelsea and ignites a certain level of pride within the Chelsea fan base, so his contract situation is of great interest to every one associated with the club.

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According to reports, Chelsea are offering a long-term deal, similar to the ones Wesley Fofana and Mykhailo Mudryk are on, but the midfielder is holding out for the one full-back Reece James is on.

He will miss the game against Everton at home, his fourth straight game he’s missing-but is on track to return for what is left of the season after the international break.

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