A look at the Top Facts about Mason Mount including his childhood, love life, career and his most interesting quotes.
A product of Chelsea's academy, Mason Mount spent the first two seasons of his professional career on loan to Vitesse and Derby County before coming back to Chelsea in the summer of 2019 upon new manager, Frank Lampard's request.
The 2019-20 season was the best of Mason Mount's career so far. Due to Chelsea's transfer ban, Mount became a first team starter for the blues and played 53 games and scored 8 goals across all competitions.
However the talented attacking midfielder has found it hard to replicate his form in the new season as he gets far fewer chances after the arrival of three world class players, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Kai Harwets. He has played only 17 games so far this season and has been used by Lampard mostly as a substitute.
At 21, Mason Mount is considered as one of the most promising midfielders in the football world. We will have to wait and see whether he stays at Chelsea in the following seasons or will he leave for another club. For now let's have a look at the top facts about Top Facts about Mason Mount.
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In the following article we will take a look at the Top Facts about Mason Mount. First we present you with some of the general information.
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First part our article on top facts about Mason Mount is about his birthday. Mason Mount Birthday is at 10th of January 2001. Mason Mount nationality is English. He was born in Portsmouth, England.
Mason Mount zodiac sign is Capricorn. He shares his birthday with many great stars from football and other fields. Some of the most famous figures born on 10th of January are:
Footballers: Bader Al-Mutawa and Emmanuel Frimpong / Boxers: George Foreman/ Actors and Actresses: Pat Benatar / Singers: Rod Stewart
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At this part of the article we will look at the top facts about Mason Mount Childhood story and the family and the background he grew up in. Mason Mount was born into a rich family. His parents were both football fans and they were diehard supporters of Portsmouth, the biggest team of the city they were living in at the time.
Mason was the second child of the family. He has an older sister who is married and lives in Australia with her husband.
Mason had the chance of seeing some of the most memorable games of Portsmouth's history from the stands. Mason recalled two of his best memories in an interview with Chelsea's website years later:
"I went to both the semi-final and the final in 2008 with my dad and it was just brilliant to see Portsmouth actually lift the trophy."
"It felt like the whole city was there at Wembley because it was a massive game for the club. I also went to the 2010 final against Chelsea two years later and I remember thinking how big the stadium was – it still feels like that for me now so you can imagine what it felt like at the age of nine!"
Mason Mount's father had the most influence on his son's football career. He was the one who enrolled him into one of the town's best football academies, Baorhunt FC at the age of four. He has supported Mason from his early days up until now and Mason is forever grateful to him for his encouragement, as he said in an interview with the Guardian:
“I always speak to my dad before a season starts and we set goals and one of those was 10 goals. Dad’s very hard on me and is my biggest critic, so 10 is always going to be the target. He has said that my whole life. If you are averaging 10 goals as a midfielder you are having a good season.”
After impressing with his first academy, Mason passed the trial of Chelsea's famous academy at the age of 6. At the time his father was against him joining Chelsea because he knew that Jon Terry was the only graduate of the academy who later became a first team member.
Surprisingly, when he told his son about the fact, the 6-years old Mason confidently said that he would be the second player after Terry to graduate to Chelsea's first team.
Mason continued to impress at the academy and won many important trophies including three FA Youth Cups and one Uefa Youth League title. He became friends with Jon Terry and David Luiz and in the meantime studied at a high school which was close to Chelsea's academy.
In 2017 Mason was loaned to Vitesse and later Derby County aiming to have more playing time and his professional career started right there.
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The first known Mason Mount girlfriend is Chloe Wealleans-Watts, a beautiful girl whom Mason met in 2017. Mason and Chloe seem to have a solid relationship and their love for each other has grown in the past three years.
Chloe Wealleans-Watts is active in the Music industry. Mason Mount girlfriend is a member of London-based girl group 303. Her Instagram account, (@chloewealleansw) Has 25.5k Followers.
Io Munro and Maddie Hinkley are the band’s other famous members. The rising band is currently signed to Hot Spring Music, which is an independent label. Their debut single named ‘Whisper’ was released in 2018.
Chloe is from Northumberland in England and has won several singing competitions in his teenage years. She even went into the finals of the Open Mic UK competition in 2014. Her younger brother, Cole is a TV actor. Among his most notable movies is 'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’.
Chloe and Mason once shared some lovely pictures of themselves while they were on holidays with one of Mason best friends from Childhood and fellow footballer, Declan Rice.
They also spent some time in Dubai last year. Chloe shared a picture of herself and Mason with the caption: “You made my first time in Dubai unforgettable! Thank you for everything!"
Any new information about Mason Mount love life will be published here at SportMob.
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Mason Mount career started when he moved from Chelsea's academy to Vitesse Arnheim in 2017. In his first and only season at Eredevise, Mount was chosen as Vitesse best player of the season.
Overall, Mount scored 14 goals in 39 games for Vitesse across all competitions. His excellent performances caught the eye of Frank Lampard, who at the time was the manager of Aston Villa in the Championship.
Mount joined Aston Villa in 2018 and was a key member for the team as Aston Villa secured promotion to the Premier League via play-offs. He scored a 60th-minute equalizer on his debut for Derby in a 2–1 away win against Reading.
In total, Mount scored 11 goals in 44 games for Villa. His best game with the club was against Bolton in which he scored a hat-trick and kept his team in contention for the play-off.
Frank Lampard left Villa for Chelsea and this was a perfect chance for Mason Mount to return to his childhood club. Mount made his debut for Chelsea in August 2019 in a 0–4 defeat to Manchester United in the Premier League. He scored his first Chelsea goal one week later against Leicester City which was Frank Lampard's home debut as the new Chelsea manager.
Mount has been in a good form since the start of the 20-21 season. he has played 17 games across all competitions, scoring 1 goal and providing 5 assists along the way.
On the international stage, Mason Mount was a member of England U16, U17, U18, U19 and U21. He was called up to the senior side before the 2018 World Cup, but failed to make the final list.
Mason Mount made his debut for the England senior team in September 2019 when he came onto the field as substitute in England's 4–0 home win over Bulgaria in UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying. He scored his first goal for England on 17 November in a 4–0 away win against Kosovo in UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying.
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Mason Mount has an estimated net worth of 22 million Euros in 2020, including all of his properties and earnings. Mason Mount market value is at 45 million Euros. He is ranked number 42 among all Premier League players. Mason Mount salary in 2020 is reportedly 4.6 million Euros annually.
According to Mason Mount Transfermarket stats, he has played a total of 200 games for one club. He has scored 40 goals and has provided 36 assists for his team mates.
Mason Mount Transfermarket indicated shows why he is considered among the most promising midfielders in the world. He is often praised for his ability to play different roles in the midfield line.
During his career, Mason Mount has played 116 games as an attacking midfielder, 41 games as a central-midfielder, and 3 games as a right midfielder. He has also played a total of 14 games as a left and right winger.
On the international level Mason Mount Transfermarket stats shows that he has scored 3 goals and has provided one assist in his 13 games for England. Mason Mount was also a member of England U16, U17, U18, U19 and U21 youth teams and in total scored 13 goals in 40 games.
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One of the most amusing parts of SportMob's article on top facts about Mason Mount is a look back at his most interesting and controversial quotes about himself and other players.
On his favorite song from Chelsea fans:
"Probably them clapping along to The Liquidator when we walk out. That is definitely one that means a lot so hearing that again will be good."
On hearing the coaches more on the field because of the Lockdown:
"Before lockdown and before anything happened, at times when the game was tough you couldn’t normally hear them that much, but now you can hear them a lot and you know what the message is they are trying to get across, so that definitely helps in that sense."
On the fake crown noise in televised matches:
"I listen with the fake fan noise. It gives you that extra little feeling of there being fans there. It is very good to be fair."
On the art of scoring free kicks:
“A free-kick is a very tough technique and it’s something I’ve always worked on. Watching David Beckham and Ronaldo scoring all these free-kicks, I was in awe. I’ve worked on it for a very long time. It doesn’t always come off. It’s a very difficult technique, but when they do it feels brilliant.” (From Mount's interview with the Guardian)
On his goal in the semi-final of the FA Cup:
"I was maybe a bit fortunate to score but I just tried to hit the target and luckily it went in. I can now say I’ve scored at Wembley in an FA Cup semi-final and that’s always going to be with me."
On his idols in football:
“Frank was an example throughout my career at Chelsea, and throughout my career as a midfielder. When it comes to scoring goals as a midfielder, you look at Frank Lampard as a role model. I looked at [Luka] Modric when he was in the Premier League at Tottenham. Andres Iniesta at Barcelona in his prime, playing their tiki-taka, I was always watching them on YouTube."
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We round up our article on the top facts about Mason Mount with a list of his most notable achievements and records at club and international level.
With Chelsea youth teams:
U18 Premier League: 2016–17/ FA Youth Cup: 2015–16 and 2016–17/ UEFA Youth League: 2015–16
With Chelsea senior side:
FA Cup runner-up: 2019–20
With England youth and senior sides:
UEFA European Under-19 Championship: 2017
Chelsea Academy Player of the Year: 2016–17/ UE/ FA European Under-19 Championship Team of the Tournament: 2017/ UEFA European Under-19 Championship Golden Player: 2017/ Eredivisie Talent of the Month: January 2018/ Vitesse Player of the Year: 2017–18/ Eredivisie Team of the Year: 2017–18
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