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|Born: January 10, 1999. Portsmouth, England, UK|
|Birthname: Mason Tony Mount|
|Height : 5′ 11″ (1.80 m)|
Who is Mason Mount
Mason Mount, also known as Mason Tony Mount, is an English professional footballer. Who plays as an attacking midfielder or central midfielder for both the England national football team and the Premier League club Chelsea FC.
He made his professional debut for Vitesse, a Dutch professional football club on loan from Chelsea, on 26 August 2017 against Alkmaar Zaanstreek. His first professional goal for Vitesse was scored on 1 October 2017 against Utrecht. And his first hat-trick was scored on 9 May 2018 against ADO Den Haag. Mount made his international debut for the England national team on 7 September 2019 in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualification match against Bulgaria.
He scored his first international goal on 17 November 2019 against Kosovo in the same competition. And his second international goal was scored against Belgium on 11 October 2020 in the 2020-21 UEFA Nations League.
Childhood / Early Life/Parents/ Siblings
Born on 10 January 1999 in Portsmouth, England, this English footballer was raised in a middle-class family. His father, Tony Mount, was a football player and manager at non-league level for local clubs such as Havant Town.
However, there is no available information regarding his mother’s profession. The footballer is the second child and only son of his family, with an elder sister whose name is currently unknown. Starting his youth career at the age of six, he joined Chelsea in 2005.
Mason Mount Personal Life/Girlfriend
Mason Mount has a strong inclination towards two things – being responsible and managing his time efficiently. His inherent sense of independence has been instrumental in driving his personal and professional growth.
While he maintains openness about his personal life in the media, Mount is presently in a relationship with Chloe Wealleans.
Mason Mount Professional Life
At the age of six, Mount became a part of Chelsea in 2005. He made his debut for the under-18 and under-15 teams in the 2013-14 season and continued to appear in several more matches in the following season. During the 2016-17 season, he played for both the Under-18 and Under-21 teams. Impressed by his performances as a talented youth player, Chelsea wasted no time in signing him to a four-year contract in July 2017.
On 24 July 2017, Mount was sent on a season-long loan to the Dutch Eredivisie club, Vitesse. He made his debut for the club on 26 August, coming in as a 77th-minute substitute in a home defeat against AZ by 2-1. The next month, the club gave him his first start in the first-round defeat of the KNVB Cup, where they played against the fifth-tier team, Swift. Mount played the full 90 minutes of the game, which ended in a 0-0 draw.
On October 1st, he scored his first goal for Vitesse in the 76th minute of a 1-1 home draw against Utrecht. His impressive gameplay and skills earned him the Vitesse Player of the Year award. Mount scored his first hat-trick during Vitesse’s Eredivisie European play-off semi-final against the Dutch association football club, ADO Den Haag, on 9th May 2018 in a 5-2 away win. Overall, Mount made 39 appearances for Vitesse, scoring 14 goals. After his year-long loan term expired, Mount returned to Chelsea.
Return to Chelsea
Upon his return to Chelsea, Mount was sent on loan for the second time. On 17th July 2018, he joined Derby County, a Championship club, for a season-long loan. He made his debut for the club on 3rd August 2018 in a 2-1 away win against Reading. Mount’s gameplay was going well until he suffered a hamstring injury in the FA Cup match against the professional association football club, Accrington Stanley, which sidelined him for two months.
He made his return in a 6-1 win against Rotherham United, winning a penalty for teammate Martyn Waghorn and later scoring a goal. Two weeks later, he scored his senior hat-trick in a 4-0 Championship league game against Bolton Wanderers, keeping Derby in contention for the promotion playoff.
After a two-year absence, Mount returned to Chelsea on 15th July 2019 by signing a fresh five-year contract. He made his competitive debut for Chelsea on 11th August 2019 in a Premier League match against Manchester United, which ended in a 0-4 defeat. He scored his first goal on 18th August 2019 against Leicester City in a 1-1 draw match.
Took Part UEFA European
Mount has represented his national team since his time as a member of the youth squad. He took part in the 2016 UEFA European Under-17 Championship and the 2017 UEFA European Under-19 Championship, where the tournament organizers named him the Golden Player. On 27th May 2019, the England team selected him for their 23-man squad for the 2019 UEFA European Under 21 Championship.
After his remarkable performance with Vitesse, Gareth Southgate, the manager, invited Mount to train with the senior team for a week before the FIFA 2018 World Cup. Mount made his senior debut on September 7th, 2019, as a substitute in the 67th minute during England’s 4-0 home win against Bulgaria in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifications.
UEFA recognized him in the UEFA European Under-19 Championship Team of the Tournament in 2017. And awarded him the UEFA European Under-19 Championship Golden Player in the same year.
He received the Eredivisie Talent of the Month award in January 2018, and Vitesse awarded him the Player of the Year title for the 2017-18 season. Moreover, the Eredivisie Team of the Year for the 2017-18 season included him.
Mason Mount Family
Father: Tony Mount
Mother: Debbie Mount
Mason Mount Salary and Net Worth
|Salary: 3.8 Million Euro Per Year|
|Net Worth: 21.8 Million Euro|
Fabrizio Romano reports that there is a significant difference between Mason Mount and Chelsea in their negotiations for a new contract before the summer transfer window. Romano reports that the possibility of the midfielder leaving is increasing, and Chelsea could consider him an option to leave if they do not reach a new agreement.
Mount has been associated with Stamford Bridge since he was six years old. But he was born in Portsmouth and brought up in a family that supports Pompey. His first-ever match was a Pompey game when he was around four or five years old. He described the atmosphere at Fratton Park as “unbelievable.”
Looking at the bigger picture, Mount signed a contract in 2019 that earned him less than £100,000 per week. He has not renewed it since then, making him one of the lowest-paid players at the club despite being a regular starter for England.