January 28, 2023

Juventus ‘prepared to let three players go to fund the move to Mason Mount’… with the Chelsea star recently turning down a £200,000 a week deal to stay at Stamford Bridge

Juventus are reportedly interested in transferring three players to make a bold bid for Chelsea star Mason Mount.

Mount currently has just 18 months left on his contract at Stamford Bridge, recently fueling speculation about a possible departure after turning down a £200,000-a-week contract extension at the club.

According to a report from Calciomercatoweb, Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is an admirer of the England midfielder and is ready to sack players to make a bid in the summer for the player who is financially viable.

Juventus are ready to let three players leave the club to fund a transfer from Chelsea star Mason Mount

The report claims the club will opt not to make the loan deal for PSG star Leandro Paredes permanent as the 28-year-old struggles to find a permanent place in Allegri’s starting eleven.

American midfielder Weston McKennie could also be on his way to Allianz Stadium, with the money raised from a future sale of the former Schalke star allowing Mount to move.

The latest player named in the report is Adrien Rabiot, who recently starred in France’s World Cup quarter-final against England.

Mount is currently one of the lowest earners in the first team at Stamford Bridge, having not signed a new contract since returning from a loan spell at Derby

Mount is currently one of the lowest earners in the first team at Stamford Bridge, having not signed a new contract since returning from a loan spell at Derby

Rabiot looked set to leave Serie A this summer after a protracted transfer saga that linked him with a move to Old Trafford, but the move failed to materialize and Rabiot may eventually leave on the loose when his contract expires in June.

Mount’s recent reluctance to extend his current contract at Stamford Bridge has sparked hopes in Turin that the midfielder becomes the latest England star to ply his trade in Italy’s top flight.

The 23-year-old is currently one of the lowest paid players on Graham Potter’s squad at around £85,000 a week, having not signed a contract since shortly after returning from a loan spell at Derby three years ago. had yet to establish himself as a regular in Chelsea’s first team.

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