Former Chelsea midfielder Todd Boehly has been asked to get go of two stars in a move worth up to £110 million. So the Blues can sign a top-tier La Liga player before Manchester United. Chelsea appears to be in for a hectic summer of player off-loadings later this year.
Chelsea pushed to sell £110m duo to sign classy La Liga star
Hakim Ziyech will be motivated to force a departure after his last-minute transfer to Paris Saint-Germain on January 31 fell through. And players like Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Conor Gallagher, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Christian Pulisic, and Mason Mount might follow the winger out of Stamford Bridge.
The loss of Mount would be incredibly detrimental. Even if he hasn’t played at his best this season, Chelsea supporters still like him. This is due to his significant impact on previous campaigns. The fact that he graduated through the club’s renowned Cobham academy. Chelsea’s situation can get worse if Mount decides to sign with one of their “Big Six” competitors.
Although Mount’s contract expires in June 2024, Liverpool has been informed of the chance to sign him at a discounted rate. If he were committed to a long-term contract, Chelsea would never consider offers that were less than £80 million for him. Yet, the Blues are now compelled to put his price at £50 million.
It would be very harmful to lose Mount. Chelsea fans still like him. Even though he hasn’t been at his best this season. This is a result of his substantial contribution in earlier seasons. The fact that he attended the club’s esteemed Cobham academy before graduating. If Mount decides to join with one of Chelsea’s “Big Six” rivals, things might get worse for them.
Even though Mount’s contract expires in June 2024, Liverpool has been aware of the possibility of signing him for a reduced price. Chelsea would never accept offers for him. As they were less than £80 million if he were bound to a long-term contract. The Blues must now set his asking price at £50 million, though.