Blues board told £70M star needs to be a Chelsea player after personal terms get agreed

Blues board told £70M star needs to be a Chelsea player after personal terms get agreed

While acknowledging he wouldn’t let the midfielder to leave if he were manager, Ally McCoist has urged CHELSEA against selling Mason Mount this summer.

Over the previous few seasons, Mount has been one of Chelsea’s best players and a dependable player for all of the team’s managers.

He has, however, really struggled to make an impression this year due to injuries and underwhelming performances, which have raised rumors that he is no longer valued at the club and would be allowed to depart.

He has already been connected to a number of teams, including Liverpool and Manchester United. It has also been rumored that Chelsea will seek a staggering £70 million to release him.

The midfielder has apparently agreed to personal terms with a move to Old Trafford, despite Liverpool’s urgent attempts to sign him, according to The Telegraph, who also claim that the player was interested in playing for Liverpool.

Along with Matteo Kovacic, who is in talks with Manchester City, Mount is now anticipated to depart Chelsea.

McCoist, though, has advised Chelsea to stay onto Mount amid the rumors. In an interview with talkSPORT, he said: “I don’t care if it’s Chelsea or what team you are, it’s vital to have players that have a bond with the club.

Although it’s not the end all, having that is crucial.

“I wouldn’t let Mason Mount leave based only on skill, first and foremost.

In light of what he represents to the fans and how he feels about the team, I would most definitely not let him go.

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