Former Chelsea defender Glen Johnson believes Mason Mount will be regretting his decision to leave Chelsea to join Manchester United, following United’s disappointing start to the season.
The Englishman left Stamford Bridge for Old Trafford in a £55m deal over the summer after turning down a contract extension with the Blues
However, he has struggled to adapt at his new club, registering just one assist in his first six appearances, with the Red Devils enduring a woeful campaign thus far, losing six of their first 11 games.
Asked if Mount will be regretting his move to United, Johnson told Betfred: “At the moment he will be. Manchester United are a very big football club, but you don’t join them in the expectation that you’re going to be part of a team that’s tenth in the Premier League.
“You only want to go there to challenge for major honours, and I know that Chelsea aren’t in a better position at this very moment, but you don’t move to Old Trafford in the expectation that you’re going to struggle.
“I don’t know why he decided to leave Chelsea, but I’m sure he’s questioning his decision at this very moment.”