Fans Tagged Two Players the Potential Chelsea Legends After IG Post by Reece James
By Infocruiseace | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 2 views
Mason Mount was considered brilliant alongside fellow academy graduate, Reece James who was also perceived brilliant for Chelsea in their immediate last counter in the league against Sheffield United on Sunday. Mason Mount scored the opening goal in the match after several chances have been wasted by from the club players.
Earlier today, the club right back player, Reece James was seen posting a picture where he was spotted with fellow England international, Mason Mount. He captioned the picture "Made in Cobham", a training camp for the club players.
The two players are among the club's academy players who graduated to the senior team squad under the previous manager, Frank Lampard. The two were promoted alongside players like Tammy Abraham, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Fikayo Tomori and Billy Gilmour.
However under the post, the two English players have been regarded as the potential club legends of the club by fans following their recent upturn in performances.
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