Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher believes that Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount can emulate the legendary status of John Terry at the club. The ex-Liverpool centre back talked about John Terry and Mount in his column for The Telegraph. According to the footballer turned Sky Sports pundit, Mount can tow the path of John Terry who came through the youth system at Chelsea to become a club legend.

Terry was part of the youth system at Stamford Bridge before he made his debut for the first team. He went on to captain the West London giants to several major titles including the 2011/12 Champions League title. He missed the final through suspension as the Blues got the better of Bayern Munich to win the competition for the first time. Chelsea defeated the Germans on penalties after they had played a 1-1 draw.

John Terry played the last season of his career at Aston Villa before he announced his retirement in the summer of 2018. He is presently the assistant to Villa manager Dean Smith.
Carragher believes in the immense talent that Mount has and that the England international can go on to become a club legend at Stamford Bridge.

22-year-old Mount has been the best attacking player at Chelsea this season. He came through the Blues academy before making his first team debut for the club. Mount spent some time on loan at Vitesse Arnhem in the Dutch Eredivisie and at Derby County in the English Championship under then manager Frank Lampard.

Lampard gave Mount his breakthrough at Chelsea last season having worked with him during his time as the Derby County manager and he has grown to be a key player at the West London club. Mount was a key player for Lampard till he was sacked by Chelsea in January and he has remained a key player for his successor Thomas Tuchel.