Mason Mount and his Manchester City's counterpart Phil Foden have emerged as top prospects to be watched in the future. Mount is currently playing for Chelsea FC senior squad. Mount broke into Chelsea's first team during Frank Lampard's time at Stamford Bridge.
Lampard was a great fan of Mount. Recent reports revealed that Mount has been a fan of Chelsea since his young age. A picture of Mason Mount in his childhood days shows him with the Blues kit.
Mount has grown up to love Chelsea and is currently a key player for Chelsea's squad. His international teammate Phil Foden has also been exceptional. A picture of Foden reveals that he was a Manchester City fan in his childhood days. Foden has been one of the most prolific young midfielders in the premier league.
The England's sensation has fully fitted in David Silva's boots. Guardiola backed Foden to fill the gap left by former City's midfield maestro David Silva. Both Mason Mount and Phil Foden have been backed to be future best players.
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