Serie A giants Juventus are interested in signing Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount amid the uncertainty over his contract.
The England international will enter the final 18 months of his deal in January and the Blues are yet to convince him over a renewal.
Their latest offer of around £200,000-a-week has been rejected and it is claimed that he is eyeing close to £300,000-a-week to extend.
Amidst this, he has been linked with a possible exit next summer and Calciomercato claim that Juventus are keeping tabs.
The Bianconeri are apparently keen on adding more creativity from the attacking midfield role. Mason fits their requirement.
The 23-year-old has received a mixed reception from Chelsea fans, but has been one of their best players since his debut in 2019.
He has been involved in 69 goals for his club in 181 appearances. No one else in the squad has managed more over the last three years.
If Mount continues with his contract stand-off, he could sold for £60m next summer. Liverpool are also monitoring his situation.