By Sam Blitz For Mailonline
Published: 10:01 BST, 6 September 2020 | Updated: 16:21 BST, 6 September 2020
Mason Mount's father has rubbished reports in Germany that his son is unhappy with the arrival of Kai Havertz at Chelsea.
The Blues completed a deal for the £89million-rated Bayer Leverkusen forward this week as part of Frank Lampard's £230million transfer spending spree this summer.
Havertz's arrival is likely to provide extra competition in attacking midfield for Mount, who played in every single Premier League game bar one for Lampard's side in his debut season in the top-flight.
Mason Mount has extra competition in the attacking midfield role from Kai Havertz
The Blues brought in star attacker Havertz for a whopping £89million transfer fee this week
Mount's father responded to the German report with the above message on Twitter
And a report in Germany claimed the 21-year-old is not pleased at Chelsea making a new mega-money signing for a player in his position.
Christian Falk, head of sport for BILD, tweeted: 'Our Story: Havertz is already searching for a house in London. Because of Havertz, his mate Werner can play on the wings. Mason Mount is not happy that he has a expensive rival at his position.'
Underneath, Mount's father Tony replied with 36 crying with laughter emojis and then 'bulls***'.
Havertz is capable of playing anywhere in the front three but it is believed the attacking midfield role is where Lampard will