Mason Mount's contract talks with Chelsea 'BREAK DOWN with midfielder unhappy at being offered less than team-mates' | The Sun
CHELSEA have seen contract talks with Mason Mount BREAK DOWN, according to reports.
The England star has 18 months left on his current Stamford Bridge deal and the club are desperate to extend it.
But according to the Daily Mail, Mount's Chelsea future is in doubt after contract talks stalled.
It is claimed he is looking to treble his current wages of £80,000-a-week.
Although it is believed Chelsea are offering significantly less, especially compared to what new signings have been handed.
Striking a deal with Mount, 24, is amongst the board's priorities following two spending sprees in the transfer window.
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Since Todd Boehly took over from Roman Abramovich in May, he has signed 17 new players, costing over £600MILLION.
Seven of those came in January, in a splurge over £300m, giving Chelsea a massive squad shakeup.
Rival clubs are keeping an eye on Mount's situation, including Liverpool.
SunSport also revealed Chelsea are looking to offer Mount's fellow academy graduate Conor Gallagher a new deal.
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The midfielder, who is under contract until 2025, was a big hit on loan at Crystal Palace last season with eight goals in 34 Premier League matches.
But boyhood Blues fan Gallagher, who turns 23 on Monday, was already struggling forconsistent game time BEFORE the British record £110m move for Enzo Fernandez.
Owner Boehly wants to keep him sweet by handing him a rise to his £50,000-a-week salary.
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