Chelsea make Mason Mount 'breakthrough' amid fears Liverpool target is unhappy
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Chelsea are reportedly now confident that Mason Mount will stay at the club after making a 'breakthrough' in talks over a new contract. It emerged last week that the midfielder was unhappy at the club and considering his future, with Liverpool one of several clubs interested.
It was reported that Mount 'didn't feel appreciated' at the club he had been at since he was six years old because other star players were getting preferential treatment.
Having played a pivotal part in the club's Champions League win last season, alongside performing well in the Premier League this season, it's claimed Mount feels he deserves a contract worth more than the £75,000-per-week he currently finds himself on.
The academy product believes he is still being treated the same way as he was in the academy, with more attention being paid to the club's mega-money stars.
But a report by Football Insider has claimed that Chelsea are confident he will sign a new long-term contract to dispel any doubts about his future.
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