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.
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.
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.