Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ‘always complaining’, according to ESPN.
“Wenger complaining is normal because he always does,” Mourinho stated.
“It’s something that we know. When a player plays for a club on August 20th and, two weeks later, on September 5th, plays against the same club with a different shirt, this is normal.
“This is the market. We don’t do the market, we don’t do the rules. We have just to do according to the rules.”
The Arsenal manager suggested that the sale of Mata gave Chelsea an unfair advantage, with Chelsea already having played United twice and Arsenal still set to face the Manchester club.
Mourinho also responded by adding that he believes their London rivals have an unfair advantage in the fixture schedule.
“I think it’s also a bit of his nature. We have to accept the way he is. But when he says that this is not fair, I think what is not fair is that his team always has the best days to play. Always. Always,” added the Portuguese boss.
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