Chelsea's owners are prepared to part ways with a number of players during the coming summer transfer window as part of their new approach to contracts, 90min understands.

The Todd Boehly-Clearlake Capital ownership have been keen to tie their top stars down to new contracts this season and have wrapped up most of Chelsea's young talents on mammoth long-term deals, with Mason Mount a noticeable exception.

Mount is approaching the final 12 months of his current contract and has rejected Chelsea's offers of an extension. 90min understands his preference would be to remain at Stamford Bridge but he is yet to be satisfied with the terms offered to him.