Andre Schurrle and Mohamed Salah have been linked with moves away from London, although Mourinho says both are in the squad for this weekend???s FA Cup fourth round visit of Bradford and he expects them to remain with the Premier League leaders for the rest of the campaign.
When asked about whether Chelsea will experience any comings or goings during the on-going transfer window, he said: “The club doesn’t move. We don’t move. Our desire is to keep the same squad.
“The window is open but what I can say. I like them, I need them and I trust them.
“We are happy with the players, we are happy with the work we did in the summer to prepare for the season, and it reflects the trust we have in the group. We don’t want to be involved in the transfer window.
“If we have to be it’s because somebody pushed us, with some offer for one of our players.
“Sometimes we have needs, like we had in the past transfer windows where we sold some players.
“The reality is normally nothing should happen in the next two weeks and we should go to February with the same squad.???
Speaking about Schurrle, who has been rumoured about a return to the Bundesliga with Wolfsburg, he added: ???He???s selected for Saturday, he played against Swansea last week, wasn???t selected for Liverpool (in midweek) and he???s in for the cup.???
And he said the same applied to Egyptian winger Salah who will also be involved with the cup squad this weekend.
He went on: ???The reality is nothing should happen in the next two weeks and we should reach February with the same squad.
???And we don???t have any one in place should someone leave,??? he added, reacting to a question that Fiorentina’s Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado has been linked with a move to Chelsea.
Mourinho said: “I shouldn’t make any comments about players from other clubs. You speak about Cuadrado, you can speak about 10, 20 players.
“It’s my job to know them all. I think he fits well in Fiorentina’s squad and Colombia’s squad, not in Chelsea’s squad.”