Chelsea’s ace named the most exciting young player in the Premier League – and it’s not Billy Gilmour


Former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill supported Mason Mount of Chelsea for a “massive career” in the Premier League.

The 21-year-old had a great Premier League season for the Blues, having played for Derby County in the days of Frank Lampard as boss of the Rams last season in the championship.

Mount returned to Chelsea last summer after his loan with Derby and has participated regularly in Lampard’s first season in charge of the Blues, scoring six goals in 41 appearances so far.

And Mount was named by Cahill as the most exciting player in the Premier League, after being interviewed by Sky Sports.

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“I like the look of Mason Mount,” he said.

“I think he is a top scorer and he has a huge career ahead of him.

“One of the reasons I like him very much is because of his trainer [Frank Lampard] and the way he tries to shape a player like him. ”

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“He can lead him and show him the right ways.

“You can see that it is starting to materialize with his football this season. I am a big fan. “

Mount is one of many young players to have received opportunities from Chelsea this season, including Blues top scorer Tammy Abraham, defender Fikayo Tomori and Billy Gilmour, who has impressed with Man of the Match in recent weeks and Everton the last time. month.

Mount’s form this season led him to win his first international senior selection, the Chelsea midfielder having played England in his last six matches in the European Championship qualifying group, scoring his first goal in a 4-0 win over Kosovo in November.


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