Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says that his side will not be making any more signings this summer.
The Blues swooped to bring Brazilian left-back Filipe Luis to Stamford Bridge yesterday from Atletico Madrid, to add to deals for Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas and youngster Mario Pasalic – in a spend worth around £80m in total.
There have been rumours suggesting that World Cup finalist Sami Khedira is also on the Blues’ wish list, while other speculation has indicated that a late move for wantaway Monaco forward Radamel Falcao may also be made.
However ‘The Special One’ says that his team’s transfer business is done for this year:
“We finished the market,” he told BBC Sport. “The transfer market closes 31 August and we close on July 19.
“My club did a fantastic job, not just because of what we bought, but because we did it in almost record time.”
In the past Chelsea have been known for lavish spending on a host of big names, but despite there only being three new senior pro’s at the club while veteran stars have left, Mourinho says he’s happy with this summer:
“The club did fantastic, we knew the targets, we knew the players and the club attacked them and their clubs at a very early stage,
“We got exactly what we need and what we want. The squad is one which I like very much and I look forward to starting the season.”