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Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount could be edging closer to leaving the club this summer, according to Fabrizio Romano.
The England international has been a key player for the London giants over the past few years but his future is now uncertain.
Mount has been in contract talks with the Blues for a number of months, but so far, there has been no agreement over a renewal.
While wages are not a major concern, the midfielder has no plans of putting pen-to-paper on an eight-year deal with the club.
He will enter the final year of his contract this summer and Romano claims that he is most likely to head for the exit door.
The Englishman won’t be short of offers from elite clubs and Liverpool and Manchester United are apparently leading the race.
Chelsea have yet to make a decision over Mount’s future but they are likely t to sell him for around £50 million in the summer.