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Mason Mount has ‘gone missing’ at the Stanford Bridge – Roy Keane

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Man United legend Roy Keane claims that England midfielder Mason Mount has ‘gone missing’ for last couple seasons at Chelsea.

Mount will soon enter into his penalty mate year of his contract at the Stanford Bridge. And as per reports, he’ll not sign a new deal with the Blues and might leave the club this summer.

Several Premier League clubs such as Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal are interested in signing Mount. He will be wanted man in the summer.

However, Keane believes he will not be a good signing, as per his comments on SkySports. He said about the 24-year-old :-

“I wouldn’t be so sure about Mount.

“He’s just gone off the boil a little bit. I know he can bounce back and he’s got the quality, I was raving about him a few years ago, but he has just gone missing in the last year or two – getting one or two injuries, the fact that he can’t get into this bad Chelsea team.

“I wouldn’t be hanging my hat too much on him in terms of improving United and closing the gap.

He’s a good player, but would he improve Man United?I’m not so sure.”

Despite Keane’s opinions, Mason Mount will be a wanted man in the summer transfer window. According to Fabrizio Romano, both Manchester United and Arsenal are planning to start a bidding war for the Chelsea midfielder.

The Premier league season is now over and everyone will be focused on the summer transfer window. Hence, every eyes will be on Mount’s next destination.

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