John Terry Signs One-Year Extension with Chelsea
The longtime Blues Captain has put pen to paper and extended his stay at Stamford Bridge for at least one more year. The 33 year-old made his debut for the Club in 1998, since then has made over 600 appearances. In that time, he has led the blues to 3 PL titles, 5 FA Cups, 2 League Cups and a Champions League trophy.
John Terry retired from International Football at 78 Caps. But he will however see his longtime fellow Blues Captain, Frank Lampard, join The Three Lions at the World Cup in Brazil this summer after Roy Hodgson selected him for the tournament.
Mourinho was very vocal about having his defensive stalwart return next year after a stellar year in Chelsea's back line. Terry had been cast aside a bit under Benitez before 'The Special One' returned to breathe life back into Terry's career.
John Terry was visibly in tears following Chelsea's last match of the season as he waved to the fans alongside Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole as they believed the match could have been their last match with the Blue shirt.
There are rumors Lampard is also considering an extension while there appears to be no movement on Ashley Cole. Ashley Cole has been offered a 2 year contract to move to the Parc de Princes, as PSG is looking to replace their left back.
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