Chelsea have confirmed through their official website that captain John Terry has signed a new contract with the club until the end of the 2015-16 season.
Terry’s current deal was due to expire in the summer of 2015 but he will stay on at Stamford Bridge for at least another 12 months, having made 661 appearances for the Blues since his debut in 1998. Terry has, barring a short loan spell at Nottingham Forest, represented Chelsea ...More
Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira has confirmed he is to leave the club at the end of the season amid continued speculation with a move to the Premier League, the Germany World Cup winner linked to Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United, the Guardian has reported.
Khedira’s contract at the Santiago Bernabeu expires this summer, the former Stuttgart player moving to the Spanish capital in 2010. He has made more than 150 appearanc...More
Chelsea captain John Terry revealed he barely slept after the Londoners were knocked out of the Champions League this season to Paris Saint-Germain, but was glad that he did as it meant his desire to succeed was still intact, reports Sky Sports.
Chelsea were eliminated from the prestigious European tournament without losing a single game all through the competition. They were knocked out on away goals by Paris Saint-Germain in the...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has admitted his team are set for the Premier League title, ESPN has reported, rating the current state of the top of the table as the most advantageous to the Blues all season.
Mourinho’s team are six points clear of champions Manchester City with a game in hand, having nine games to play to City’s eight. The manager has said that while Chelsea have this season held larger leads, the low number of ga...More
Petr Cech is expected to leave Chelsea this summer after spending a year as back-up to Thibaut Courtois for the Premier League leaders, ESPN has reported.
Cech had been first choice at Stamford Bridge since moving to the club from Rennes in 2004 but Courtois, signed in 2011 but loaned to Atletico Madrid for three years, usurped the incumbent upon returning from the Spanish champions.
Courtois played more than 150 games for Atlet...More
Chelsea striker Diego Costa is set to miss Spain’s two international games, one of which in a Euro 2016 qualifier, with the Brazilian-born front man having picked up a hamstring injury, reports BBC Sport.
The 26-year-old picked up the injury during Chelsea’s 3-2 win against Hull City. He will return to the club to receive treatment. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has spoken about Costa’s hamstring problems ever since he joined from...More
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