Mourinho does not see much need to bolster his attacking options too much, but he will make an exception for the right wing position, which multiple players have attempted to fill without success.
The Red Devils have been linked with Willian since the previous summer, wherein Jose Mourinho attempted to sign the forward along with Nemanja Matic, but only succeeded in snatching the central midfielder. "I've played and trained against him loads of times and it'll be hard (on Saturday)".
"It'll be hard. I've played against him and trained against him loads of times", Cahill, who will face Lukaku in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday, said at Cobham Training Centre.
"Speaking at a presser after the Newcastle defeat, the 48-year-old said, 'For the next game, for sure we must change, If we think we can play a game like this in the final of the FA Cup then we don't have a chance". Before that, Louis Van Gaal went out with in a blaze of FA Cup glory after missing out on the top four, resulting in the Dutchman's dismissal.
The Portuguese manager enjoyed a fruitful relationship with Willian whilst the pair were at Stamford Bridge together, winning both the Premier League and League Cup during that time.
Although forming a key part of the weekly routine under Antonio Conte, spectators can be forgiven for thinking it was end-of-season fun as Chelsea stars completed some unorthodox exercises.
GETTY Jose Mourinho finished runners-up with Man Utd this season
"It's a final against United, on a big stage at Wembley, the last game of the season, you just have to go all for it".
"Again, that shows the direction that we're moving in and the progression that we're making".
"I remember that game well".
"It's definitely the worst feeling I've experienced in my career".
"The most important thing is that we just have to motivate ourselves to win it", he said.
'I feel we have carried out very nicely towards the highest six - we have competed nicely, we have battled nicely and I feel in each recreation we have deserved to win, ' Jones stated.
With crosstown rivals Spurs playing their home games at Wembley Stadium for the entirety of the 2017-18 season, they were bound to have some teething problems and the Blues took full advantage as they edged the Lilywhites 2-1.