Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is committed to retaining both Andre Schurrle and Mohamed Salah during the January transfer window and has denied having any interest in signing Fiorentina winger Juan Cuadrado.

Both Schurrle and Salah have been rumoured with a move away from Stamford Bridge, with Colombian international Cuadrado among those linked with replacing either of the outgoings this month.

However, Mourinho -- who has maintained Chelsea will only be reactive during the window rather than proactive -- says the club have no interest in changing their policy.

"The club does not move," the Portuguese boss said ahead of the FA Cup fourth round clash with Bradford City. "Our desire is to keep the same squad which reflects that we are happy with the players that reflect that we are happy with the work we did in the summer.

"It reflects the trust we have in the group and if possible we don't want to be involved in the transfer window. If we have to be it's because somebody pushed us with some interest in our players, some offers for our players.

"No [I don't want to sell] Salah [who is] is selected for tomorrow. Schurrle is the same he is selected for tomorrow, he did play against Swansea he was ill, he was not selected against Liverpool. He is back to the group and normally he starts the game tomorrow.

"I cannot say that [players won't leave] because the window is open but what I can say is I need them and I trust them so I cannot select the same players every game I can only play 11. Salah is not playing a lot but they are players that played for us in every competition and tomorrow they are going to play."

Cuadrado, who enjoyed a sparkling World Cup with Colombia, has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea in recent days with the club reportedly holding talks over signing the 26-year-old.

But Mourinho said: "There are no players earmarked [to replace Schurrle and Salah at Chelsea].

"I have no idea [who will replace them] because I don't know if a deal is going to happen. If my club tells me we have a certain offer for a certain player that we think it is a good movement for us we need to be in the market. The reality is normally nothing should happen in the next two weeks.

"The principal is we would like him [Schurrle] to stay. The question is not to be allowed. The question is not about a good offer. The question is to have a phenomenal offer and the player to be super keen to accept a new challenge in his career because we do not want to sell our players."