Jose Mourinho has expressed his amazement at Iker Casillas’ salary at new club Porto and also insists teams are trying to get around Financial Fair Play rules.The Chelsea manager appears to have reignited his feud with the former Real Madrid goalkeeper, who he dropped from the team during his time at the club. The 34-year-old left to join Porto earlier this month and is set to pick up a reported salary of £1.7 million.Mourinho also criticised at the amount Porto paid for French defender Giannelli Imbula. In an interview with the Guardian, he said:“This season Porto pay €20m for Imbula, they give Casillas an amazing salary. Sporting [Lisbon] are paying millions for coaches and players. Football breaks every situation.”The Portuguese also referred to Raheem Sterling’s £49 million move to Manchester City from Liverpool. He added: “This season we are saying: ‘Oh, look at this amount for Sterling’. But it will be worse next season. Next season someone will pay £60m.”Football is like this – one season it is Financial Fair Play, the next is a way to dribble [past] the Financial Fair Play.” “It doesn’t upset me. I’m happy with the way that we are doing things. I am happy for the challenge of fighting against this power.”The 52-year-old also insisted that his relatively unchanged squad must improve as the club’s rivals spend big. “It’s a big challenge. To be better with the same people, the players have to be better individually than they were last year,” he added. “So when they think: ‘Oh last season I did great,’ this season it is not enough.”–
Eric Berry injury update: Chiefs safety (Achilles) reportedly out Sunday vs. Ravens From @NFLGameDay: While #Chargers RB Melvin Gordon could be back on Thursday, there will be caution with #Steelers RB James Conner (ankle). He’ll be evaluated Monday, but he could miss next week, as well. pic.twitter.com/JUGuZHbzyX— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 9, 2018Gordon has been ruled out for the team’s game against the Bengals on Sunday, missing his second straight game. His status has been week-to-week after leaving Week 12’s matchup against the Cardinals in the third quarter. He was seen limping out of the locker room after the game and underwent an MRI.Gordon had 10 carries for 61 rushing yards and two scores before leaving the game. He has 153 carries for 802 rushing yards in addition to 44 catches for 453 yards and 13 total touchdowns through 10 games this season. Related News The Chargers could get Melvin Gordon back on the field within the next week. The 25-year-old running back is eyeing a return during Los Angeles’ Week 15 matchup against the Chiefs, according to NFL Network, adding his MCL sprain isn’t as bad as the Chargers originally thought. Chargers’ Antonio Gates: It’s ‘challenging’ to settle in smaller role, but thinking of ‘bigger picture’ The Chargers (9-3) host the Bengals (5-7) on Sunday with kickoff set for 4:05 ET.