Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has weighed in on the Raheem Sterling contract saga at Premiership rivals, Liverpool.
Chelsea manager advises Liverpool to sell Raheem Sterling
Mourinho opines that an unhappy player shouldn't be forced to remain at any club and advises Liverpool to sell Raheem Sterling
The 20-year-oldundefinedprompting reports of interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.
Though Liverpool want to hold on to their golden boy, Jose Mourinho has advised the club to sell Sterling if he wants to go.
"I don't like players that don't want to play for me and my club. My opinion is every player has a price, he told the press.
Mourinho went on to use his star player Eden Hazard as an example, stating that if the Belgian wants out of the club, he will sell him.
"It doesn't matter which player. If you ask me, for example, do I want Eden Hazard to leave Chelsea? No. If he wants to leave and doesn't want to work with me, doesn't want to play for Chelsea, does he have a price? I think he has. But I also understand the philosophy of managers and clubs who want to keep the players at any price. My philosophy is not better than that, it's just mine," Mourinho said.