Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has refused to discuss his transfer targets as the club continues to be linked with Paul Pogba and John Stones.
The Portuguese tactician has been highly critical of other managers discussing his players this summer, and refused to be a hypocrite by discussing others.
“I don’t speak about players from other teams,” he told reporters, according to Sky Sports.
“I have a good squad. I’m happy with the squad I have. If I get another player before the end of the market, good. If I don’t get, we go with what we have.”
Stones has attempted to force his way out of Goodison Park by handing in a transfer request, but for the time being it doesn’t appear as though Roberto Martinez has changed his stance on the situation.
Meanwhile, Mourinho also directly turned down a question about Pogba, insisting that he wasn’t his player and he wouldn’t get into a conversation about whether or not he ‘liked’ the Frenchman.
Chelsea have been linked with a £70m raid on Juventus for the midfielder, but they could be forced to wait until the end of the season to make their bid given that the transfer deadline is fast approaching.