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Mason Mount’s view on Bayern Munich move disclosed.

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Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount could be on his way out of the club in the summer transfer window, with Bayern Munich and Liverpool both interested in signing him. The German champions are keen to bring Mount to the Bundesliga, with former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel now managing Bayern Munich. Mount was a key player under Tuchel at Chelsea, helping the club win the Champions League. The Blues are under financial pressure due to their £600m spending spree since the summer, and could sell Mount to avoid breaching Financial Fair Play regulations. It is believed that Chelsea are looking for £70m for the 24-year-old England international, who has been voted Chelsea’s Player of the Year for the last two seasons.

Mount’s recent appointment of a new agent suggests that he is open to a move away from Chelsea. However, former Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer has urged the club not to sell him, describing him as “almost unsellable” and a “Chelsea kid through and through”. Schwarzer believes that Mount’s loyalty to the club is what fans love, and that he is a phenomenal player who should not be sold.

Despite Schwarzer’s plea, Mount’s potential move to Bayern Munich could be on the cards due to his relationship with Tuchel. The Guardian has reported that Mount is “interested” in reuniting with Tuchel at Bayern Munich, where he would have the opportunity to play in the Bundesliga and compete for more trophies. Liverpool are also in the race to sign Mount, with former Liverpool player John Barnes urging the club to bring him to Anfield.

Chelsea are reportedly targeting Fulham midfielder Andreas Pereira as a potential replacement for Mount. Pereira is currently on loan at Lazio from Manchester United, but Chelsea are said to be interested in signing him permanently. The Brazilian midfielder could provide Chelsea with the creativity and attacking threat that they would lose if Mount were to leave the club.

Paul Merson has criticised Chelsea’s potential decision to sell Mount, describing it as “bad business”. Merson believes that Mount is a “top-class” player who has been one of Chelsea’s best performers in recent seasons. He argues that selling Mount would be a mistake, as he is a player who can create chances and score goals, and is also versatile enough to play in different positions.

In conclusion, Mason Mount’s potential move away from Chelsea could have significant implications for the club’s future. While Bayern Munich and Liverpool are both interested in signing him, former Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer has urged the club not to sell him. Chelsea are reportedly targeting Fulham midfielder Andreas Pereira as a potential replacement for Mount, but it remains to be seen whether they will be able to find a player who can match his creativity and attacking threat. Ultimately, the decision to sell Mount could come down to financial considerations, but it is clear that he is a player who is highly valued by both Chelsea fans and his former manager Thomas Tuchel.

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