Mourinho sure 100% Cech Takkan Going from Chelsea in January
London – The future of Chelsea’s Petr Cech in the past continues to be speculated and the players tipped to leave. But, manager Jose Mourinho believes Cech will not go away from Stamford Bridge in January next.
Cech lose its status as the main goalkeeper Chelsea since the beginning of this season. Czech Republic goalkeeper was so reserve as Mourinho more often play Thibaut Courtois, who has returned after a loan to Atletico Madrid.
Cech has appeared six times this season, one of them in the Premier League event. Because Courtois injury, he will be a starter in the league for the first time in the game against Hull on Saturday (12/13/2014).
In order to get more playing time, Cech said to be looking for the exit of Chelsea. The 32-year-old goalkeeper was recently linked with a number of clubs like AS Roma and Arsenal. Rome even reportedly ready to pay 9 million euros for the sake of hook Cech in the winter transfer window.
Mourinho insists he still needs the services Cech because they want to have two world-class goalkeeper. He was sure Cech still be in uniform of the Blues in the second half of the season.
“I think it (Cech pull–red) is not possible and I also read the news agent says that he will not leave Chelsea in January,” said Mourinho was quoted in The Guardian.
“That, plus the fact that I did not get any information about her offer, make me believe 100% he will survive,” added Mourinho.
“I repeat: I am so glad we had a fantastic situation at the goalkeeper position,” he said.