Jose Mourinho has opened the door for Samuel Eto'o to join him at Chelsea and hinted he will add to his squad before the close of the transfer window.

The Special One and Eto'o previously worked together at Inter Milan where they won the treble in 2010.

The Cameroon striker has been put up for sale by Anzhi Makhachkala and spoken of his admiration for his old manager fuelling speculation of a reunion in west London.

And Mourinho admitted he's flattered by the 32-year-old's praise before confirming his desire to bolster his squad in the next two weeks.

He said: 'I'm happy a player who worked with me before says he wants to join me again especially one like Samuel. Before the transfer window closes we will make decisions."

He also played down Barcelona's chances of signing David Luiz who has been the subject of firm interest from the Catalan giants.

"We are being very honest by saying there is no chance David Luiz is leaving"