Mason Mount faces race to be in shape for Chelsea’s Champions League clash with Juventus
The midfielder, who missed Saturday’s defeat by Manchester Town with a minor knock, was noticed relocating easily about Stamford Bridge, raising hope he will be offered for Wednesday’s Champions League tie.
Thomas Tuchel unveiled it will be a late contact to choose if Mount is back in competition. “I certainly really do not know,” said the Chelsea manager. “It will be a matter of the close hours if he tends to make it or not, but this is for Mason [to decide].”
Reece James will also have to see how he recovers from a twisted ankle, which saw him limp out halfway by the to start with 50 % towards City.
“We are not content with how we played,” he mentioned. “We normally glimpse at the overall performance, in no way the end result.
“You want to be at the incredibly finest level in all pieces of the activity and we have been clearly not. We will glimpse into it now with all the self-reflection required and in the stop we also have to take they [City] were superior than us.”