Coronavirus: Mason Mount apologises for breaking Chelsea self-isolation rule


Chelsea midfielder, Mason Mount has apologised to manager, Frank Lampard after breaking the club’s self-isolation orders last weekend.

bioreports recalls that Mount left self-isolation to join West Ham star, Declan Rice for a kickabout on Sunday amid coronavirus pandemic.

Chelsea had told Mount and the rest of the Blues players to self-isolate under government guidelines after winger, Callum Hudson-Odoi, tested positive for Coronavirus last Thursday.

But instead, the 21-year-old joined close friend Rice for a public kickabout at the Trent Park Football center, near Barnet.

According to MailOnline, Mount has personally apologised to Lampard during a phone call conversation.

The newspaper reports that Chelsea has also reminded Mount and the rest of the squad of their responsibilities.

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