Chelsea want Mason Mount to come back from his loan spell at Vitesse Arnhem

Mount was hopeful of regular games after starring at the Under-19 Euros earlier this year and winning player of the tournament

CHELSEA want to recall Mason Mount from his loan at Vitesse Arnhem.

The England Under-19 midfielder has fought his way into the first-team of the Dutch side. But the Premier League champions are upset with his overall starts. Mount, 18, is one of the top prospects from the Academy at Stamford Bridge. There was hope regular football would put him in the frame for the first team. But the teenager was not given a run in the team until last month when he got a chance in the Europa League and kept his place.

Antonio Conte will decide whether to loan him out again or keep him around the first team like Ethan Ampadu in the current campaign. Chelsea have sent a host of players to the Dutch side including Lewis Baker, Dom Solanke and Nemanja Matic earlier in his career. Mount was hopeful of regular games after starring at the Under-19 Euros earlier this year and winning player of the tournament. But Vitesse boss Henk Fraser has also been under pressure during the first half of the season where the club have been in mid-table.

Bron: The Sun

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lexie op zondag 24 december 2017 15:35

Dat zat er dik in natuurlijk

Dat zat er dik in natuurlijk
Keez op zondag 24 december 2017 15:36
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