Hit in the back against Fulham this weekend, the little prodigy Mason Mount is still uncertain for the Champions League match against Real Madrid on Wednesday.
Still impressive this Saturday during Chelsea’s victory against Fulham (2-0), Mason Mount came out late in the game after a heavy fall on his back. Something to worry the Blues supporters, a few days before the reception of Real Madrid, Wednesday evening (9 p.m.), at Stamford Bridge for the semi-final second leg of the Champions League. Chelsea also has the advantage of the away goal after the draw (1-1) on the lawn of the Alfredo-Di-Stéfano stadium.
Passing to the microphone of Sky Sport this weekend, the coach of the Blues, Thomas Tuchel was not particularly reassuring. “I really hope it’s not a big problem for Mason and that he can fully recover for Real Madrid. It was my decision, no doctor or physio told me to take him out. But I saw him land hard and that was the moment we wanted to take him out anyway.