The 30-year-old is still linked with the London club until 2025, which puts Chelsea in a strong position regarding his future.
Club officials realize that the team’s first goalkeeper deserves a pay raise, with Mendy currently considered one of the lowest-paid players, while new signing Raheem Sterling is the club’s highest-paid player.
The report says that Chelsea has not yet come close to the demands of Mendy and his representatives, knowing that the Senegalese played 94 games with Chelsea in all competitions, the last of which was in the 1-0 win over Everton on Saturday evening.
The alleged developments come at a time when Chelsea are open to parting with Mendy teammate Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Napoli are interested in signing the Spain international, who is eager to play more first-team football in a bid to represent his homeland at the World Cup.