He was left upset after Chelsea’s report yesterday

He was left upset after Chelsea’s report yesterday

Mason Mount is disappointed as a result of the news that Kalidou Koulibaly has now formally parted ways with Chelsea on a permanent basis. This news was revealed in an official statement.

The Englishman posted a well-wish on the defender’s Instagram profile, wishing him success in the years to come.

Yesterday was the day that the departure of Koulibaly was officially announced, and he is now in line to become one of the franchise names in the Saudi Arabian league.

It indicates that his career in the Premier League has already come to an end, and it is reasonable to assert that he was unable to live up to the expectations that were placed upon him.

The Senegalese national team player had an unacceptable propensity for making errors, which is something that will not go undetected in England or at a club such as Chelsea.

The Blues, on the other hand, have been able to reclaim a respectable portion of the sum that they paid for him, and as a result, they will not eventually feel as badly about the whole ordeal.

There have been a number of first team players who have recently expressed their farewells on social media, with Mount’s being possibly the most surprising of the posts.

The 24-year-old player is apparently at war with the club over his future, despite the fact that he is still technically a Chelsea player even if he has expressed interest in leaving the team this summer.

He has agreed to personal terms in regards to a move to Manchester United; however, this move has not yet been completed due to a disparity in the valuation that both sides have placed on him.

It would appear that Manchester United have presented the Blues with their final proposal for consideration; however, it is not obvious whether or not Chelsea are willing to give in to the pressure being applied.

It’s possible that there are some people at the club who are holding out hope that Mauricio Pochettino, after spending some time working under him as the new manager, would come to the conclusion that Stamford Bridge is the ideal place to be for the upcoming seasons.

He was left upset after Chelsea’s report yesterday