The German Bundesliga restarted on May 16, becoming the first major soccer league to get back underway, while leagues in Portugal and Spain are also nearing a return.
But Mourinho believes the Premier League, and leagues around the world, will need a different approach with the coronavirus crisis hitting clubs' finances.
"I think when the authorities tell us we can train normally, in a couple of weeks, the boys will be ready to play".
"Harry Kane, Son, Bergwijn, Sissoko, all of them are fine", he told Sky Sports.
And Newcastle's staff apparently feel that Ashley is trying to save as much money as he can in his final few weeks at the club. No talks about it, because in this moment we think about safety, following every rule inside of the training ground, we are trying to be flawless, not just in the testing but in everything in the club, we are trying to be ideal. Jose Mourinho Promises Premier League Title to Tottenham Hotspur Fans.
Earlier this month, the USA - for the second year in a row - put Saudi Arabia on its "Priority Watch List" for failing to protect and enforce intellectual property rights around the world.
Mourinho told Sky Sports" The Football Show on Wednesday morning: "I can not say in this moment they are ready to play because one thing is to recover from an injury, and another is to be ready to play football. The Portuguese trainer feels the window will be moved to a different date considering the ongoing problems related to coronavirus.
Steve Nickson and only two scouts are now working for Newcastle, ahead of the summer transfer window. "It has to go further than that", Mourinho said. Everybody on time, nobody coming late, having a little bit of fun, enjoying it, finishing the session, staying together for a bit longer, it was good, and even for me, arriving in the club, still learning the players and the personality, I think it was good for me to try to know them better.
A club statement read: "Given that, unfortunately but understandably, supporters will not be able to attend any remaining matches for the 2019/20 Premier League season, we should like to provide an update in respect of our five remaining home matches, any credits held on ticketing accounts and renewals for the 2020/21 season. Not just the football, but the situation of the world and society overall".