Chelsea Ace Snubs Interest From Abroad To Sign New Deal At Stamford Bridge

By on May 13, 2014

As we approach the opening of the summer window clubs will be intensifying their efforts in the transfer market so we’ll bring you all the latest news and gossip. Today, John Terry appears set to stay at Chelsea.

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Chelsea captain John Terry has snubbed interest from abroad and signed a new one-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge, according to reports today.


Terry’s current deal was due to expire next month and so far talks over a new deal have been stalling with the centre-back understood to be initially demanding a longer-term deal than Chelsea were willing to offer.

The deadlock led to speculation Terry might be set to call-time his illustrious career in West London, with a number of European clubs understood to be willing to offer him a fresh start.

However, the Mirror are one of several outlets who are claiming that the 33-year-old has snubbed interest from abroad and has now signed a new one-year extension, with the deal believed to have made Terry the highest paid defender in the Premier League.

Terry has been a rock at the back for Chelsea once again this season and although the Blues ended the season trophy-less following their exit in the semi-finals of the Champions League and finishing third in the Premier League, the defender still played a key role in marshalling the tightest defence in the division.

The veteran has been at Chelsea his entire professional career having joined the club as a teenager back in 1995. He’s gone on to make over 600 appearances during his 16 years at the Bridge and has led the club to a number of honours including 3 Premier League’s, 1 Champions League and 5 FA Cups.


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