Chelsea make Mason Mount transfer fee demands as Liverpool and Bayern Munich look to snap up Chelsea star | The Sun
CHELSEA have revealed their transfer demands to sell Mason Mount, reports suggest.
Amid ongoing speculation surrounding a new contract, Mount has been linked with the Stamford Bridge exit door.
The likes of Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Manchester United have been tipped to sign the Englishman.
However, it now appears Chelsea have shown their hand in terms of what they want if they are to sell him.
According to The Athletic, Chelsea have set a £70million price tag on Mount.
This is despite the 24-year-old entering the final year of his deal this summer.
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The report states interest from Liverpool is thought to be "serious", while Thomas Tuchel could lobby Bayern chiefs into pushing for a move.
Tuchel and Mount enjoyed a good working relationship while at Chelsea together.
This included Mount setting up Kai Havertz's winning goal in the Champions League final under Tuchel and Mount's best output for goals and assists in a single season in his career so far.
Indeed, SunSport took a look at how Bayern may line up after Tuchel has got his hands on some of his own players in the summer transfer window.
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After the Blues announced losses of £121m in the latest financial year, a mass clearout is expected to occur, with Mount one player touted to lead the exodus.
It comes as Todd Boehly and Co look set to try and navigate potentially tricky financial waters given the club's likely loss of Champions League football.
Tottenham are the latest team to emerge as a shock party interested in a transfer, though Spurs fans have laughed this off.
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