Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho delivers ultimatum to two Stamford Bridge stars

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Jose Mourinho has warned Andre Schurrle and Mohamed Salah they have just five months to save their Chelsea careers, after warning that failure to rediscover top form could see them sold in the summer. The two under-performing wingers have received reassurances they won't be forced out of Stamford Bridge in January, but the Blues boss made clear he is dissatisfied with both players' contributions so far this season. Schurrle has struggled to maintain his fitness since returning from the World Cup with Germany, while Salah has been unable to make any kind of impact since moving to west London from FC Basel just under 12 months ago. Both will be determined to break into the Chelsea line-up on a more regular basis between now and next May, but it could prove to be difficult given the increased competition for places in Mourinho's squad this term. With that in mind, the Portuguese tactician is unlikely to make any new signings in the mid-season window, unless an opportunity arises which

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