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Look: Mason Mount Represents Football in Upmarket Photoshoot

Look: Mason Mount Represents Football in Upmarket Photoshoot

Mason Mount has found new life at Chelsea since the arrival of Graham Potter. The Englishman had a slow start to the new season, not being able to deliver any goals under Thomas Tuchel in his side’s underwhelming first few months of the new campaign.

But it almost feels like the introduction of Potter has breathed new life into him.

He’s playing with more freedom and confidence, not being held back by the shackles of a regressive system anymore. Since the Englishman took over, Mount has scored 2 goals and provided 4 assists – helping his side remain unbeaten under the new gaffer.

Mount is reportedly set to receive a new contract from Chelsea, which will see him become one of their highest-paid players.

He is also on course to be selected by Gareth Southgate for England’s FIFA World Cup squad and is expected to feature heavily for the Three Lions in Qatar.

While his work on the pitch is going well, Mount also remains a popular figure when he isn’t playing football. He has a lot of fans swooning over him, as well as brands being willing to be associated with Mount and make him their ambassador.

Recently, the 23-year-old was invited by UK magazine Tatler to be involved in a photoshoot to feature in their latest magazine ahead of the World Cup.

He was accompanied by British model Emilian Boateng, who is the daughter of British fashion designer Ozwald Boateng.

It wasn’t one of the regular photoshoots, but a unique one in which the Chelsea midfielder basically opened up about some things about his personal life for the interview.

Not only did he answer some of the questions asked to him by the magazine, but the 23-year-old has flaunted his footballing ability – doing some sweet keepie-uppies and other skills with the ball.

Mount wore a variety of different attire for the photo shoot, mostly made by the famous designer Ralph Lauren. The cover of the magazine shows him with Boateng beside him and the Englishman is also holding a football in his hand – clearly to pique the interest for the World Cup.

But that isn’t the only picture taken from this photoshoot. Mount was made to try out a variety of other looks, including an all-white suit and an all-black suit looks too.

Before this one, the Englishman was asked to do a photo shoot featuring a private jet – but he refused to do it by fearing that not many fans would be interested in that.

Despite winning the Champions League title with Chelsea already and getting his reputation elevated before the World Cup, it appears that Mount is also slaying on the field itself.

While most have no problem with Mount’s off-the-field promotion efforts and what he wears, Chelsea fans will now probably hope that their midfielder can maintain his strong form until the World Cup break begins in the second half of November.