Southgate reveals Tuchel and Lampard’s curiosity about Chelsea ace

Southgate reveals Tuchel and Lampard's curiosity about Chelsea ace

Gareth Southgate has apparently stuck for Frank Lampard after his post-game comments regarding in-form Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount.
ascend has been nothing short of a revelation this season. His overall performance helped Chelsea at both ends of the pitch, making him a favorite of Lampard and Thomas Tuchel.

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It was under the club legend Lampard that Mount had the opportunity to break through at Chelsea in 2019.

Freshly played under Lampard in Derby County the previous season, the 22-year-old has appeared in all but one league game last season.

His almost permanent presence in Blues Eleven’s has strangely become a point of contention for football fans on social media.

Its inclusion has been questioned frequently, although its field exhibits have always provided categorical answers.

It is since the arrival of Tuchel that the mountain has really started to receive wide recognition. This development apparently put the boss of the Three Lions Southgate.

Mount has been a regular fixture for its National team. His the selection against Albania was his seventh consecutive start.

Speaking about the fallout from their 2-0 win, Southgate joked (via But): “He’s a great player, but I said it in the fall.

“I guess now that Thomas Tuchel chooses him, everyone will agree. When it was Frank, that doesn’t matter for some reason.

Developing the attributes that make Mount such a fantastic player, Southgate added, “He’s an exceptional player. He cleverly finds space, he handles the ball very well, he creates chances and he can score goals.

“I thought his performance was excellent tonight.”

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Meanwhile, Gareth Bale’s explosive impact at Tottenham has been cited as a prime example of how Chelsea could pull off a spectacular transfer coup.

Chelsea were the biggest spenders in the last window of the summer, with around £ 250million.

The Blues were able to constitute a warlord thanks to a combination of factors.

Firstly, the club’s transfer ban prevented newcomers in the summer of 2019. That, combined with the huge sums recovered from sales of Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata, meant that club boss Marina Granovskaia, practically reigned six months ago.

Club icon Risk, now 30, made the club an initial £ 103.5million before the add-ons. This was despite being recently tagged the “worst coach” by a former Chelsea teammate.

His career has since stalled, with Football London (citing a Spanish outlet Sports world) revealing that Real “could sell Hazard this summer” as he seeks to recoup some of his investment.

Current Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic has surprisingly linked to an exit from Stamford Bridge. The American be deemed surplus to needs, a place could potentially open up to danger.

Hazard’s injury problems are no different from those of his compatriot striker at Real, Gareth Bale.

The Welshman has returned to Tottenham on loan this season and, after a slow start, has become a powerful attacking force in recent weeks.

A return to the stage of so many past successes might be what Hazard needs to get his career back on track.

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