Big Chelsea decision made after board tells £280k-a-week demanding star ‘he is free to leave’
Now – With both parties unable to come to a deal the west Londoners have advised Mount he is free to explore an opportunity with another club ahead of the upcoming transfer window.
That is a huge boost to the England star’s suitors, who include multiple Premier League clubs led by Liverpool and Man United.
We can see why CHELSEA do not want to pay Mount the kind of wages that he reportedly wants – he hasn’t deserved it from his performances this season.
It will be interesting to see how this all plays out – as he is a player that brings alot to the side when he is on top of his game.