Mason Mount was seen linking up with Declan Rice after return to England national team after helped Chelsea to claimed Champions League trophy for the second time in history.
Mount, who establish himself as pivotal player in Blues’squad since made breakthrough into first-team in 2019/20 campaign, set up Kai Havertz only goal against City that secured the prize.
After granted a few days rest, due to involved in final of most-elite European competitions, Mount return to England squad on Friday, and was seen mixed up with West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice.
The pair, who started their careers at Chelsea’s academy are good friends off the pitch and have been close for most of their lives.
Mount joined Chelsea at the age of six before Rice followed suit a few years later, and when Rice at 14, the Blues released.
And with the Blues are interested in re-signing the England international this summer, several Blues fans have suggested that Mason is trying to convincing Rice to join the European champions after both caused mixed up in England training session on Friday morning.
The pair, who born just four days apart were spotted taking a well-earned rest. Mount was sat down on his phone with Rice laying next to him and the West Ham man cracked a joke, saying: ‘He is just showing me his Champions League stuff, isn’t he?’