Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has admitted to being unfair with some of the Blues players. Leaving them out of matches that they thought they would be picked to play in, leaving them to question the managers thinking.
“I have a bad feeling. It’s not easy for me to leave some players at home, not easy to leave on bench, I think everyone deserves to play. To say someone doesn’t play, you are not selected – in this moment is very hard I feel I’m unfair with all of them,” Mourinho was quoted in the London Evening Standard.
Spanish La Liga side Valencia are thought to want out of favour Senegalese striker Demba Ba in January, and are willing to pay £7 million for his services, as they search for a replacement for Tottenham’s Roberto Soldado.
Just yesterday it emerged that West Ham United are making enquiries for the striker after failing to sign him in the summer, and could be willing to make another offer this January.
“We tried to get three top loan strikers who play in this country but we failed to get all three. They went elsewhere and played for another club and one (most likely Ba) stayed where he was,” said Sam Allardyce.