Radamel Falcao has dropped a major hint that he may be on his way to Chelsea after an unsuccessful season at Manchester United.
The Colombian striker is currently with the national team in the Copa America hosted in Chile and insisted that he is not thinking about a move to London at this point.
When asked about a possible move to Chelsea, he said, "It can be, you will know soon."
"I am just thinking of the Copa America and the squad, my staff are taking care of this."
The striker managed only four goals in a United shirt, a massive disappointment, after making a much decorated move from Ligue One side Monaco. Falcao is yet to score in the Copa, with his side losing to Venezuela but winning against Brazil in their last two group games.
Chelsea are in the market for a striker to act as backup for Diego Costa, who missed the second half of the season through injury. His arrival will alleviate the pressure from the Spaniard, who can be rested through the course of the season.
Mourinho is also in the market for a few players to add more competition to the squad and is likely to be busy in the upcoming days.
"Obviously we are going to try to improve the squad and there will be a rotation of the young players. At this moment our young players are prepared for good, difficult loans, which they weren't before," Mourinho said.
"Our squad next season will be very similar to this one, with a couple of new players. That's the basic improvement," the Portuguese manager added.
Mourinho has been linked with a move for Augsburg left back Abdul Baba Rahman, with Filipe Luis considering his future at Stamford Bridge, after starting only a handful games since his move from Atletico Madrid.