Chelsea Not the Jor-rod in the Stock Transfer Summer
London – There will be no large-scale purchases made Chelsea next summer. For the manager, Jose Mourinho, has been satisfied with its current squad.
Last summer Chelsea made a number of purchases such as Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas, Filipe Luis, and Loic Remy who spent about 90 million pounds. Only Didier Drogba brought in free of charge.
That number increased by 23.3 million pounds when Juan Cuadrado dineli from Fiorentina in January. Looking at Chelsea’s performance this season is arguably the purchase of the players had been right.
But unfortunately appearance Costa and Fabregas dropped dramatically in the second half of the season, the team made an appearance disturbed. So naturally, when Chelsea took another 1-2 star players next season in order to maintain the stability of the team plus increase the odds of Champions League trophy.
Paul Pogba name so that the loudest rumored to be carried off the summer. Pogba transfer rumors related or possibly other top players, Mourinho did not want to argue at once did not dare to make sure whether it will be done.
For Mourinho was satisfied with the squad today, although not close the likelihood if necessary, then he will bring new players, although not necessarily with large funds.
“Our transfer policy does not require a large investment, because we do not need a lot of things. We are happy with our squad, we like the players, and also with a few exceptions, we have a young squad,” Mourinho said on Sky Sports.
“And once again, I think we will not jor-rod in the summer transfer market and is also a consequence of the sale of players that we do, and the money earned from there,” he continued.
“I think we got a good credibility of the players that we sell, because we sell a good player.”
“So we’ll see what will happen but for now if you asked me if I was happy with the players I have, I am satisfied.”
“If you ask me ‘you say there will be no transfer activity’, I am not sure because we want to be better and there will be some changes made. But there is no urgency. Problem funds does not matter,” said Mourinho.