Chelsea’s blameworthy start to the season has not being the sole failing of Mourinho but has been attributed to the below-par performance of some of the players.
As part of their transfer plan, Jose Mourinho and Abramovich have reportedly met in a bid to sell/exit surpluses and under-performing players within the rank of Chelsea, this is according to Chelseafc360.
Despite Mourinho’s tactical failings that have seen Chelsea reduced to the bottom of the table, it is believed that Chelsea’s Supremo Abramovich has made up his mind on sticking with Mourinho and his plans.
Over the course of this shambolic season for Chelsea, players like Falcao, Djiloboji, Ivanovic, Mikel and the PFA player of the year might be soon be shown the exit of Stamford Bridge as per the report. Mourinho is looking to overhaul his squad to loyal and more quality players.
As previously reported, Djilobodji was never a plan of Mourinho. The player’s buy was sanctioned by Abramovich after they failed to sign Everton’s John Stones and he has never featured even on the bench for Chelsea.
While the likes of Mikel and his other aforementioned Blues have been below par and their replacements are already being lined up. There are speculations that Hazard is wanted by Real Madrid and the board of Chelsea would be looking to quickly cash in on him.
Despite Chelsea’s abysmal start, some of the players of Chelsea have rallied round Mourinho. However, specific names were not mentioned in the somewhat crisis meeting but the axe is most likely to fall on the aforementioned players.