Chelsea legend Marcel Desailly sees what I see, as he believes it is obvious the relationship between the players and Mourinho have gone sour.
There have been rumours circulating about a division in the dressing room following Chelsea’s poor start, but Terry and Fabregas have denied such claims.
Desailly is not convinced though, as he points to the lack of unity amongst the Chelsea squad as the reason for their poor start.
“It’s obvious that something has happened,” the Frenchman told beIN Sports.
“There is a clique somewhere. The first game they played, the substitution of John Terry during the game and other small elements.
“Sometimes you cannot explain what is going on, it is just that the collective capacity of Chelsea is not there anymore.”