Mason Mount’s performances have received a lot of praise.

Since linking up with Frank Lampard at Derby County, he has showed impressive form, scoring five goals in 11 appearances.

Mount’s excellence has earned himself a call-up to Aidy Boothroyd’s England Under-21’s and has many Chelsea fans excited.

Seen as the heir to Lampard’s throne, fans are looking forward to the prospect of him playing under Maurizio Sarri.

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After a succession of defensive coaches, Sarri has breathed attacking life into the club, reigniting the fan-base.

But despite all that positively, Chelsea continue to make similar errors.

Although they have this young, up-and-coming talent, big-money transfers often circulate.

And this week, Chelsea have been linked with a move for Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey after the Welshman failed to agree on a new contract.

But in the light of these rumours, Chelsea should go against their usual decisions and instead focus on youth.

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It is rare that an English talent has so much potential at a Premier League club, and Chelsea must harness it.

Like Phil Foden at Manchester City, first-team game time is essential for their development, as playing reserve football causes development to stagnate.

Upon Mount’s return to Chelsea in June, he should be part of the first-team, and Ramsey should sign elsewhere.

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