Mason Mount’s contract at Stamford Bridge expires in 2024.
Mason Mount is likely to leave Chelsea this summer and he is linked with top clubs in Europe
Todd Boehly’s strict contract policies mean that the Blues star could be among those who could leave the club at the end of the season.
Mason Mount’s contract at Stamford Bridge expires in 2024 and there have been no discussions over a potential extension for the player.
Arsenal and Liverpool are in the race to sign the 24-year-old midfielder. With an overall poor season for Chelsea this season, he made 35 appearances across all competitions this season, scoring three goals and providing six assists.
Malouda, who himself had a certainly successful spell at Chelsea, understands the allure of joining big clubs like Arsenal and Liverpool. He suggests that Mason Mount could play a pivotal role in the club’s future success.
Malouda spoke to BoyleSports about Premier League betting on Mount’s situation:
“As a Chelsea fan, I want Mount to stay at the club, but we also have to be realistic about the market and I want both parties to get what they want. Mason Mount is still a young player that can be developed, who is yet to reach his full potential in football.” “Even though he has already been successful, I think he can improve and I hope he does that at Chelsea, where he belongs.”
In a time where player loyalty is certainly overshadowed by financial gain, Florent Malouda’s words serve as a reminder of the importance of staying true to one’s roots.
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