Chelsea's attacking midfielder Manson Mount has today opens up the help he has been getting from Chelsea captain Aziplicueta over the years he made his first debut to the senior team from the academy.
22-year old made his competitive debut for Chelsea senior team on 11 August 2019 in a 0–4 away defeat to Manchester United in the Premier League. Mount professional journey in Chelsea senior team have been successfully with the youngsters being recognised in different titles.
According to England news today, Manson Mount has break silence on the bold relationship with Chelsea captain. Aziplicueta came out as his mentor and guided him through every essential activities and events in the senior team. He gained courage to fight for his chance in Chelsea senior team immediately he was introduced to it.
'I gained courage from Aziplicueta abd he confirmed to me that I can do better through an engagement in advices during training. He was more than a leader and a mentor.'
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