Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has insisted the the champions must resist the temptation to panic-buy with the transfer window winding to a close in a few days. Chelsea’s unconvincing start to the season now sees them trailing Manchester City by 8 points with just four games played. see more after the cut…
Jose Mourinho’s 100th home game in charged of Chelsea was marred by a home 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.
“I hope this does not prompt us to the transfer market. I don’t like that,” he told the press.
“I gave my club the report of the season projection on April 21. I don’t think it’s now on August 29 or 30 that I am going to say ‘I want this’ or ‘I want that’.
“We have to do better. Me and the players have to do better.”
Mourinho had earlier criticised several of his team for playing under their potential as Alan Pardew’s side emerged victorious.