It’s never a good sign when your new signing name drops another club in their first press conference.
But that’s exactly what Bournemouth new boy Max Gradel did when he some to the press for the first time since signing on from French club Saint Etienne this week.
However, it also seems like Gradel has got confused somewhere along the line. After the news had broken, Mourinho used Gradel as an example to show how strong the Premier League has become, and said that even a promoted side like Bournemouth can boast top talents like Gradel.
Mourinho also said ‘Gradel could play for Chelsea’, which got the Ivorian a bit too excited, leading him to believe that the Special One is interested in bring him to the club if he does well on the South Coast.
Don’t think that’s what he meant, Max…
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