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Villas-Boas: I'm Not The New Special One

Villas-Boas: I'm Not The New Special One

Published at 1:08pm 29th June 2011. (Updated at 4:05pm 30th June 2011)

Andres Villas-Boas will continue Chelsea's club policy of spending big.

The Portuguese had Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger on his mind as he spoke to the press for the first time, "We are able to move on the market in one way and Arsenal are able to move in another way. They are able to find amazing young talents. It is almost two different cultures.

"It is becoming the culture that Chelsea moves in the market in one way and Arsenal moves in another. We just have to respect how people go about their business.

"For us in the end it is just to be in top spot in the Premier League when the fixtures finish. To do it one way or the other doesn't matter.

"I respect what he does and if he doesn't respect what we do, then there is nothing wrong with that. It is just his opinion. It is two different ways of treating the market."

Chelsea are reported to have an interests in Tottenham's Lika Modric as well as Brazillian Neymar and Falcao, who is at Villas-Boas' former club Porto.

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