Mason Mount is a Chelsea midfielder who has emerged as one of the Premier League's most promising young players since signing a professional contract with the Blues. He is a midfielder, but he is frequently found in the attacking position due to his desire to score goals.
In this article, we will bring to your attention the England international's rapid and amazing body transformation, which you most likely aren't aware of or take seriously.
The Blues' youngster made his Chelsea debut in 2019 at the age of 19 in the club's 4-0 defeats to Manchester United.
He has made good progress in his career since then. He established himself in the first team under the club's previous manager, Frank Lampard, and has continued to perform admirably under the club's current manager, Thomas Tuchel.
He is achieving success at the club, as he is the club's most recent Champions League winner.
However, below are images of Mason Mount from his debut season in 2019 compared to his recent images.
Taking a closer look at the photos, it is clear that the young midfielder's shape has changed significantly, which most football fans are unlikely to notice:
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