Jose Mourinho concerned over Chelsea's lack of transfer activity

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Jose Mourinho is growing increasingly frustrated over Chelsea’s lack of signings this summer and wants more big names to join him at Stamford Bridge before the end of the transfer window.

According to reports in The Sun the Special One is keen to continue spending money in order to ensure the Blues remain the dominant force in English football for a second season running, but he’s concerned that others may be stealing a march.

Lack of deals?

So far Chelsea have accrued Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan deal, but he’s the only established name to have put pen to paper on the dotted line.


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In contrast the likes of Liverpool and United have been active in the market, with the Reds landing Danny Ings, James Milner, Nathaniel Clyne and Roberto Firmino, and United splashing out on Memphis Depay as well as being expected to sign Matteo Darmian in the coming days and perhaps Bastian Schweinsteiger.


According to The Sun Mourinho is pleading with Chelsea’s board to give him extra funds with which to go forth and handle his business as he wishes, with Stoke City’s Asmir Begovic likely to be the next addition.

Mourinho’s worries are believed to stem from the fact that the Blues squad is looking fairly thin on the ground in certain positions, though he has a host of targets from around Europe he’s willing to push for.

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