The Blues have managed to land Manchester City star Rahim Sterling to Stamford Bridge as their first signing of this summer. The two clubs have already agreed a fee of 47 million pounds as the star is waiting for the medical. The English winger has been outstanding under the sky blue shirt for the last seven seasons.
He has had a good record while playing for the Cityzens since 2015 where he has scored a total of 150 goals. These includes 88 times in the Premier League competition, 24 times in the Champions League 8 in the FA Cup and six in the League Cup.
This shows how good he has been for the Cityzens in the previous season. However, one of the Chelsea star who might give him a tough competition is Mason Mount.
Mount has been one of the key player for the Blues since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel. He played a major role for his club's success where they won the Champions League and their first Club World Cup.
Mason Mount who used to play as a midfielder has developed so well as a winger under Thomas Tuchel. Last season he played 27 Premier League matches and managed to score 11 goals and eleven assist.
His speed and skills has made him to thrive well in the wings where he has been a key player for the Blues. Next season, he'll be looking forward to help his club challenged for the Premier League title.
Mason Mount top perfomance for the Blues last season proved that he'll give Rahim Sterling a tough competition next season.
This now means that Mason Mount might give Rahim Sterling a tough competition next season.
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