With Chelsea owner and board backing Jose Mourinho despite the team dismal performances this season, reports suggest that the club board would be backing their statement by getting top quality players during the winter transfer window for the coach.
After last summer quiet transfer market which was considered quiet in respect to Chelsea past transfer activity, Chelsea are now ready to make a shock lunch for Macquinhos of Paris Saint German and John Stones of Everton. Both defenders were subject to bids from Chelsea last summer but such bids were rejected by their various club.
John Stones regarded to be a future England captain is known for his timely tackles and good reading of the game. Last summer, reports had it that he submitted a transfer request to force his move to Chelsea but was rejected by the club chairman Bill Kenwright after four bids were rejected from Chelsea.
Definitely Chelsea would be coming with a much improved bid to meet Everton’s valuation for the centre-back, if they are likely to get their man.
Meanwhile Chelsea other target Macquinhos had refuted earlier claims by reports that he is unhappy at the club despite being a third choice to Laurent Blanc choice of Thiago Silva and David Luiz at the back.
Young and energetic, the Brazilian was advised by his fellow country man to leave the Paris based team. Alex who played for PSG had this to say concerning his fellow Brazilian:
“Marquinhos would fit in at any big European club, his problem is that two of the best players in the world in his position are ahead of him.
“If I was in his place I would leave PSG – especially when all the big clubs want him “During every transfer window, he gets magnificent offers.
“He’s young and should be playing to show his worth.”
The Blues are currently preparing a massive bid around £80 million for both targets in order to shore up the sloppy defensive mistakes at the back.
With the coming of the two young centre-backs, Mourinho is certainly building a dynasty for the club just as Sir Alex Ferguson did at Manchester United.