first_imgChelsea boss Jose Mourinho has played down any links his side have with a move for FC Tokyo and Japan forward Yoshinori Muto.The 22-year-old, who has recently graduated from university, is reportedly the subject of a £4m bid, an offer which would break the J-League’s record fee, from the Blues.Speculation has been increased with doubts concerning Diego Costa’s possible long-term hamstring injury and Didier Drogba’s contract ending in the summer.But Mourinho insists there has been no offer: “I didn’t make a bid. I don’t think about players, I don’t think about anything after our next match against QPR.”Chelsea have recently signed a new shirt sponsorship with Japanese-based company, Yokohama Rubber, but Mourinho stated that this would not play any part in transfer deals.“This is a part of modern management, that you cannot close the door completely to commercial interests.“But at the same time, a football club is a football club and only has space for good football players or good prospects.“We would never bring in a player that is not good for Chelsea Football Club.” Yoshinori Muto 1last_img read more