Paul Scholes hails the next Frank Lampard as he admits lack of creativity in the Chelsea midfield

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Following defeats to Everton and Wolves, Manchester United legend Paul Scholes, has said that the major problem in the Chelsea team is creativity in the middle of the park.

“I think the problem that they have got is creativity,” Scholes told Amazon Prime. “Looking at the last two games, they have hardly created a chance.

“I think they have got the players, but they are young players and it is going to take them a bit of time.”

Scholes then went on to hail Mason Mount, as he believes that Mount will fill the shoes of Blues legend Frank Lampard in a few years time.

“Mason Mount, every time I see him I am really impressed with him. I think he could become like a Frank Lampard. I think he has got the ability and the technique to really win games for Chelsea.

“Mason has got his manager, there, to fall back on and has nobody better to learn from. He should be winning games for Chelsea.

“In years to come, I think he will score a lot of goals for Chelsea, just like Frank.”

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