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Chelsea star told to leave Stamford Bridge after Fernandez’s arrival



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Former Manchester United forward, Paul Ince has told Chelsea midfielder to leave Stamford Bridge following the arrival of Enzo Fernandez from Benfica.

Chelsea completed a British record 115 million pound signing of Argentina World Cup midfielder in the just concluded January transfer window.

Mount, an England international, has played nearly 200 games for the Blues since breaking into the first-team in 2019, helping them win the Champions League two years ago.

The 24-year-old has been a constant presence in the Blues’ squad over the past four seasons but is currently going through a difficult time, scoring three goals in 27 appearances in all competitions.

And now Ince believes Mount has gone ‘stale’ at his boyhood club Chelsea and has suggested he should leave the west London side.

Ince anticipates a ‘rejig’ at Chelsea following the new faces at the club and says Mount should consider settling elsewhere and search for a ‘new challenge.’

“It’s a funny one really because two years ago Mason Mount was bang in form, everyone was raving about him and he was a cert to start for England,” Ince told BoyleSports.

“Since the change of manager, he’s lost his way and Chelsea are trying to sign anyone they can at the moment so there’s going to be a rejig at Stamford Bridge.

“Sometimes it’s good to have a new challenge because sometimes you can go stale if you stay at one club for too long. Mount is at an age where he needs to be playing every week. He’s a very talented player.”

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