According to reports, Mauricio Pochettino is highly impressed by two specific aspects of Mason Mount and his game.
The media speculation strongly suggests that Mauricio Pochettino. Aged 51, will assume the role of the new Chelsea manager at Stamford Bridge for the upcoming season. In fact, reports go as far as to claim that Chelsea might finalize Pochettino’s appointment as the head coach. This is by the end of the week.
Daily mail reports that Mason Mount is an excellent fit for the style of play poch tends to implement. Pochettino highly regards the 24-year-old. He Recognizes and values both his exceptional ball skills and strong work ethic.
We concur with Pochettino’s assessment that Mount exhibits immense quality. Both in terms of his technical abilities on the ball and his contributions off the ball.
Moreover, From the moment he made his breakthrough into the Chelsea first-team squad a few years ago, there has never been any doubt about his remarkable work ethic. It comes as no surprise that every manager he has worked with has placed significant reliance on him on the pitch.
These managers undoubtedly regard his contributions off the ball as invaluable assets.
Mount and his abilities that have impressed Pochettinho
However,Observers often underestimate Mount’s ability on the ball. While the England international may have experienced a slightly less successful season this year. His past performances have demonstrated that he has the potential to be one of Europe’s premier attacking midfielders. The sole concern overshadowing Mount at the moment is the impending expiration of his contract. Which is at the conclusion of the upcoming season.
From our perspective, it is imperative for Chelsea to take necessary measures to retain the services of their academy graduate for the foreseeable future!
According to journalist Ben Jacobs, who shared his insights earlier this month, Chelsea might explore the possibility of securing a short-term extension to Mount’s contract. This approach would grant them additional time to negotiate and finalize a long-term agreement.
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