Chelsea may have already had a bid for Everton’s John Stones rejected, but Jose Mourinho remains confident that he can get a deal done for the England international before the end of the summer transfer window. Reports today highlight how the Blues will return with an improved offer for Stones that is closer to the £30m asking price the Toffees are holding out for. It’s said that Mourinho doesn’t plan on using him as an immediate starter and instead wants him to partner Kurt Zouma in the future, which could obviously be a problem as Stones wants regular football ahead of Euro 2016. Regardless though Mourinho remains confident, though whether or not it’s misplaced has yet to be seen. Meanwhile Juan Cuadrado could yet be sold this summer, and it’s said Mourinho hasn’t spoken to the winger since last season. The Colombia international was purchased in January, but could be shipped this summer to make room for new arrivals.