Mount could be a doubt for Chelsea’s clash against Real Madrid on Wednesday
Chelsea midfielder, Mason Mount suffered a knock to his back during their 2-0 victory over Fulham on Saturday.
This led to the English man been pulled out of the game before the end of the 90minutes.
It’s feared the 22-year-old may miss the game against Real Madrid on Wednesday.
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Mount has become one of the most important members in the current squad since his arrival from Derby County loan.
‘I hope Mason will be okay,’ explained Tuchel. ‘I don’t think it was a big thing but we took him off so he can recover ahead of Real Madrid.
‘It was my decision, there was not any doctor or physio who told me to take him off. But I saw him landing hard and it was the moment anyway when we wanted to take him off anyway.
‘I saw him holding his back slightly, so we didn’t want to take any risks but I have no other information on that.
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