Mason Mount Biography
Mason Mount is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Chelsea and the England national team. An academy graduate of Chelsea, Mount made his competitive debut for Chelsea on 11 August 2019, scoring his first goal for the club on 18 August 2019 against Leicester City.
Mason Mount Age
Mason Mount was born 10 January 1999, Portsmouth, United Kingdom, England. Mason Mount is 20 years old as of 2019.
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Mount was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire. He was playing under-6 football in local leagues as a four-year-old and spent one day a week training in the academies of Portsmouth, Southampton, and Chelsea. Mount joined Chelsea at the age of six, in 2005.
He made his under-18 debut as an under-15 during the 2013–14 season and added several more appearances in the following season. Mount went on to play for both under-18 and under-21 teams during the 2016–17 season, in which he scored 10 goals in 30 appearances. Mason Mount signed a new four-year contract with Chelsea in July 2017.
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Mason Mount Dad
Mason Mount’s father is Tony Mount.
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Mason Mount has made a huge impact at Chelsea this season after being given his first-team chance by Frank Lampard.
Mason Mount Salary, Contract, and Net Worth
In July 2019 the attacking midfielder signed a contract with Chelsea that nets him a whopping salary of 3.8 Million Euro (3.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €18,838 (£17,245) per day and €785 (£719) per hour!
Mason Mount Stats
Mason has started 8 EPL matches for Chelsea 2019-2020 season and has scored 4 goals,0 assists and has not been booked so far. He has also started 2 Uefa League games for Chelsea but has not registered a goal so far.
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Mason Mount Height
Mason stands tall at an average height of 1.78 m.
Mason Mount Chelsea Goals
What has followed after losing 4 nil to Man Utd has been a 3-2 win at Norwich, a 5-2 victory at Wolves and now beating Southampton 4-1 on Sunday afternoon, and Mason Mount has scored in them all. Add in the win at Lille and our away form since losing at Old Trafford has been exemplary.‘We look back at that [Man United] game and to lose 4-0 is not good but we took a lot of positives from the game and we did not think it was a 4-0,’ reckons Mount, speaking after the latest win.
‘We bounced back and now we are in the fifth position and we just need to keep working hard and hopefully, we can get the three points every game.
‘We have been playing well and having that big result in the Champions League, that really helped us out.‘It has been going well away from home. There are little things we can work on, like conceding [against Southampton] to go 2-1 which made it a tough period of the game, so there are things we can work on but away from home we have been very good.’
Mount rifled in the goal that put us 2-0 up at St Mary’s and he says he always believed he would be able to score goals at Premier League level, having done so 11 times in the Championship last season when on loan at Derby.
‘You always have to have that confidence in yourself. I probably did not think it would go this well at the start, to have four goals, so I am delighted but I have to say thanks to my team-mates and we have been working so hard. You can see every game how much it means to us to want to win and to work hard for the manager and the fans, so it has been good.
‘We have such a strong squad and there is so much competition so you have always to stay at the top of your game and work hard every day in training if you want to get into the team.’ The next match is at home, against Newcastle United, but we have to wait two weeks for that with international football now taking over, which means off to England for Mount and an increasing number of his team-mates.
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Mason Mount and Declan Rice Friend
It was no surprise that Declan Rice and Mason Mount arrived together when the England squad met at St George’s Park ahead of the Euro 2020 qualifiers. As the chauffeur-driven Mercedes, organized by the Football Association, pulled up outside England’s training center, it was first Mount and then Rice who got out, both grinning widely at what is the fulfillment of a dream, something the pair have talked about since they were small boys: to play in the same senior team together.
The two young stars are, as Rice puts it, “best mates” and became almost inseparable after they first met at Chelsea’s academy 12 years ago. It is a friendship that has endured the trauma of Rice being released by Chelsea when he was just 14 and has developed over the years as both encouraged the other to make it in professional football and in the fierce, relentless competition of the Premier League.
“We’ve spoken about it a lot,” Rice says of the prospect of him and Mount playing for England. “It is something that