Chelsea star Mason Mount ruled OUT of England squad just 24 hours after being called up | The Sun

GRAHAM POTTER has confirmed that Mason Mount will not be part of the England squad less than 24 hours after being called up for the games against Italy and Ukraine.

Speaking ahead of Chelsea's game against Everton tomorrow Potter confirmed the midfielder wasn't fit.

He said: "Mason has been struggling a little bit with his pubic bone. He wasn’t 100 per cent the last game, he’s still not quite there. So he’ll miss the England camp as well."

Mount has made 23 appearances for Chelsea this season in the Premier League scoring three goals and providing two assists.

The 24 year old made cameos from the bench in the 1-1 draw at West Ham and the 2-0 defeat at Tottenham.

Mount has missed Chelsea's most recent games against Leeds, Borussia Dortmund and Leicester through injury.


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The Chelsea mans withdrawal came after Gareth Southgate announced his first England squad since the World Cup.

Mount's Chelsea team mates Reece James, Ben Chilwell and Conor Gallagher were all called up for the Euro 2024 qualifiers.

Raheem Sterling also missed out on the squad through injury and Potter provided an update on his fitness.

He said: “Raheem has a problem with his hamstring. It's not too serious but he'll miss the game at the weekend and the international trip."

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Chelsea appear to be taking no risks with the fitness of their players as the club face a hectic end to the season.

Graham Potter's men found out earlier that they will face Real Madrid for the third season in a row in the Champions League quarter finals.

The Cobham graduate is facing big questions over his future having rejected multiple contract offers from Chelsea.

The England international has been heavily linked with a move to Premier League rivals Liverpool.

Mount must agree a contract extension this summer or face being sold by the club he has been at since the age of six.

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