Chelsea boss wants Juan Cuadrado out of Stamford Bridge
The Blues boss has reportedly asked agent Jorge Mendes to look for a new club for winger Juan Cuadrado.
Spanish newspaper Super Deporte have claimed that the Portuguese is looking to recoup some of the £23m he spent on the Colombian in January.
La Liga Interest
The paper claims that Mourinho has asked agent Jorge Mendes to look for a new club for Cuadrado to join, with Valencia seeming a possibility.
The highly respected agent has been in charge of numerous Valencia deals since millionaire owner Peter Lim took charge of the club last year.
It is understood that the Spanish club will be offered Cuadrado on a loan deal with the option to buy, however Chelsea will be more likely to want a quick cash in.
The ex-Fiorentina Man arrived at Stamford Bridge with a big weight on his shoulders after impressing in Italy and also during the World Cup in 2014 with Colombia.
But he has so far failed to make an impact as wingers Willian and Eden Hazard have proven hard to shift from the first team.
By Phil Wellbrook