Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri has praised Ross Barkley's ability and backed him to go from unrefined outsider to disciplined midfield figure.
"I am not happy about this situation but before I answer, I would like to speak to him".
"I had a word with the club about the market but only one or maybe two times, not more".
"With the players we've got and ability that we've got, we just want to keep on working hard together to make the club great and keep doing well".
Chelsea beat Manchester City to the signing of Jorginho earlier this summer and the Blues midfielder has posted an emotional video of his mother crying after seeing his name on a shirt in the club shop.
The 29-year-old struggled to hold down a regular starting spot in the first team at Chelsea FC last season as the Blues finished fifth in the Premier League under Antonio Conte. 'It depends especially on him I think.
Both players have indicated a desire to leave Stamford Bridge, but Real have so far made a bid only for Courtois and Chelsea have no plans to sell Hazard, who they value in excess of £200million.
"We did not talk about this [his future at the club]", Sarri said.
"I don't know him", Mourinho told beIN Sports, according to Football Italia.
"Of course, we can try to reduce the gap in the Premier League with work".
"I want to win, because it's very important to have immediately a trophy".
Sarri said: "First of all I'm looking forward to playing at Wembley, because it's my first time".