Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino has chance to rectify Mason Mount transfer mistake


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Mauricio Pochettino will attempt to rectify the mistake of allowing Mason Mount to leave Chelsea as he plots talks with in-demand defender Levi Colwill. The Blues boss faces the prospect of losing two of his most important players in the early stages of his tenure after Mount's £60million move to Manchester United.

Pochettino reportedly wanted Mount to remain at Stamford Bridge, despite a widespread expectation that he would depart after contract talks with his boyhood club collapsed.

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According to the Mail, Pochettino will hold face-to-face talks with Colwill once he returns to Chelsea for pre-season.

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Pochettino has confirmed that he introduced himself to Colwill and wished him luck for the U21 Euros final against Spain on Saturday, which England won 1-0 to lift a third title.