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Midfielder's father drops 'clearest signal yet' that his son could join Liverpool this summer

Joe Adams

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Midfielder's father drops 'clearest signal yet' that his son could join Liverpool this summer

Mason Mount's father has allegedly dropped 'the clearest signal yet' that the Chelsea midfielder could leave Stamford Bridge to join Liverpool this summer.

Mount has been rumoured with a move to Anfield at the end of the season, with Jurgen Klopp said to be in the market for midfield recruits.

The England international, whose contract expires in 2024, is reportedly unhappy with his wage compared to other senior players at the club.

Whilst he is also thought to want assurances over his role within the team, following the arrival of several new signings including Enzo Fernandez and Mykhailo Mudryk.



His unrest has sparked interest from the likes of Liverpool, who are currently in pole position for the 24-year-old's signature. Whilst Manchester United have also expressed an interest.

Meanwhile, Mount's father has given the 'clearest signal yet' that the midfielder will depart, claim Football Insider.

Mount's father drops Liverpool transfer hint


The report states that Mount’s father has acquired an agent to gather the interest in his son's services.

Whilst it is believed a fee of between £60-70million could be enough to prise him away from the Bridge.

Mount has managed three goals and six assists in 32 starts this season. However, a pelvic injury has stunted his progress, as he missed out on Chelsea's 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund which secured progression into the Champions League quarter-finals.

The report comes soon after transfer expert Fabrizio Romano claimed Mount is 'increasingly likely' to leave Chelsea.


Romano insisted there is still a "big gap" between Mount and Chelsea in regard to a new contract, and the midfielder is looking increasingly likely to leave at the end of the season.

“There’s still big gap in the negotiations between Chelsea and Mason Mount, as new deal is again far from being agreed," tweeted Romano.

“No final decision yet but chances of [Mason Mount] leaving Chelsea are increasing — Mount will be on the market if new deal is not agreed before the summer,” the Italian added.

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Topics: Fabrizio Romano, Mason Mount, Chelsea, Liverpool, Football, Transfers

Joe Adams
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