The England international is set to see another creative influence added to the Blues’ positions over the summer, but he considers that to be quite a fantastic thing.
It remains to be seen when that bargain will be formally pushed through, as divisions around the world stay in lockdown during the coronavirus crisis, but a fresh start beckons.
Ziyech has created a reputation among the very productive playmakers in Europe throughout a four-year stint with Ajax. He enrolled 21 goals across all competitions a year ago, while finding the goal eight times and providing 21 aids in the current campaign.
Frank Lampard is buying in that skill and will add a talented 27-year-old to his assaulting harvest in west London.
Mount currently forms part of these ranks, together with the England worldwide using enjoyed a breakthrough campaign at Chelsea in 2019-20. Ziyech’s presence might indicate he sees restricted game time following season, but the 21-year-old says he is looking forward to the challenge.
Mount said through a Combat Corona FIFA tournament: “So two years ago I was in Holland on loan, and so I knew a bit about him and clearly good of a player he is.
“So obviously it is another amazing, world-class player joining the club. So yeah buzzing to perform together with him, train together and play with him.”
Mount spent time on loan at Vitesse Arnhem in 2017-18. His efforts there, along with a stint at Derby last season, have aided him to compete for regular senior excursions at Chelsea.
He is taking in an enforced break currently, along with the rest of the sporting world, as the coronavirus pandemic prevents aggressive football from taking place.
Mount is seeking to remain in shape, though, ready for a return to action at any stage in the not too distant future.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek is just another of those trying to get himself match fit, together with the 24-year-old midfielder having shaken off a longstanding injury in time to see games postponed forever.
Asked on what he is doing during lockdown, the England star said: “It’s been hard just staying indoors, it’s only a complete change of regular, but I think that it’s only the best thing to do, just to avoid going out as much as you can, because I think everybody just wants to get this over and done, back to ordinary regular, normal football on the weekends.”