Chelsea Boss Jose Mourinho Plans Major Squad Overhaul At Stamford Bridge This Summer

Blues may unusually end the campaign without a trophy. 

Chelsea head coach Jose Mourinho is planning on embarking on a major overhaul of his first-team squad at Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.

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The west London club were surprisingly knocked out of the Uefa Champions League semi-finals 3-1 on aggregate by La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.

And that shock reverse has now prompted the self-styled Special One to start making plans for when the summer transfer window, with the Portuguese said to be preparing to offload all three of his current strikers Samuel Eto’o, Demba Ba and Fernando Torres, with Atleti front man Diego Costa expected to be brought in for a fee of £50m to replace the misfiring trio.

Meanwhile, Mou also wants to sell David Luiz to either Bayern Munich or FC Barcelona for a fee of £40m, while he is also considering allowing star man Eden Hazard to join Paris Saint-Germain too after the Belgium international’s outburst about Mourinho’s negative tactics following the Atleto loss.

Elsewhere, Mourinho intends to recall goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois from his season-long loan spell at the Vicente Calderon and the Chelsea coach is also planning on making a move for highly rated young Everton centre-back John Stones.

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