Chelsea have reportedly turned down a fresh proposal from Manchester United for midfielder Mason Mount.
The England international is a top target for manager Erik ten Hag, but United are yet to finalise a fee for him.
They recently made a third offer worth £55m for the 24-year-old, but the Blues have rejected the proposal.Chelsea are currently asking for £65m for their graduate and it is left to be seen whether United make a fresh bid.
The Blues are planning to hold a personal meeting with United such that they can end the current transfer saga.
Mount has already agreed personal terms with the Red Devils, and the Blues don’t wish to block his transfer.
The Blues are prepared to sanction his exit soon, though United may need to make an improved fourth bid for him.
It has been reported that the London side could sanction his exit for a package of around £60m in the coming days.