Returning Chelsea manager Jose Mournho believes there is not enough loyalty in football anymore.
The Blues boss; who has never stayed with a club for more than three years; claims he wants to build a squad of players who have the correct principles with loyalty being at the top of the list.
Blues captain John Terry and vice-captain Frank Lampard are long serving members of the Chelsea squad and will once again be fundamental to the success of the West London club.
Mourinho is continuing his pursuit of Wayen Rooney but his latest comments may not go down well with the England striker who is forcing through a move away from Old Trafford.
“Football is a little bit like society in general terms. It seems that people now forget about some principles,” Mourinho told the Daily Mirror.
“For me loyalty is fundamental, not just in football but also in life and we need this kind of boy.
“More than that what I want and what I try to create in the team is that kind of principle between them. I don’t want them for me – I want them for them.”
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