Mason Mount of Chelsea F.C. has joined a celebrity dating app in an attempt to find a new girlfriend, just over two months after splitting up with model Chloe Wealleans-Watts
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Mason Mount is reportedly looking for a new love after signing up for celebrity dating app Raya.

The 23-year-old split up with model and singer girlfriend Chloe Wealleans-Watts in October after five years together, but now appears to be dating Chelsea teammate Ben Chilwell on the A-lister site.

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As per report, Mount’s Raya profile features pictures from a recent trip to Paris taken in front of the Eiffel Tower as well as unposed pictures showcasing his fancy attire and huge trainer collection.

“Mason is all about football but is also looking to find the right girl to settle down with. He is looking for a genuine connection and hopes that a few dates in the capital can help him find The One. According to a source.

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“Mason has taken his time after the break-up but is not going to rush into anything.”

The England international’s “chiseled” fine looks, “perfect white teeth,” and Three Lions goals earned him Tatler’s title as Britain’s most eligible man the previous year.

In October, Mount told the magazine that he had broken up with model Chloe, a former member of the London-based girl band 303, and insisted that football was his “priority.” Since their breakup, he has gone on dates “sometimes,” but only “when he comes up to London,” he added.

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The midfielder has not been at his best this season, netting only three goals in 23 games across all competitions for a Chelsea team that is trying to stay in the top four race.

A deal between the player and the club has not yet been struck, despite the Blues’ best efforts to sign him to a lucrative long-term contract, similar to the one they gave fellow academy graduate Reece James earlier this season.

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Potter, whose team is currently eighth in the Premier League, seven points behind fourth-placed Manchester United, will have no illusions about the fact that his future will always be directly influenced by performance on the field.

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