Chelsea news – Blues on Aguero alert, Terry: I’m most successful skipper, Essien: No Milan move

Blues on Aguero alert.

Sergio Aguero’s agent has hinted the striker could make a move to the Premier League in the summer, according to Mirror Football.

Chelsea are big admirers of the Atletico Madrid striker, but defected on a deal last year as his wage demands were thought to be around £200k a week, and Spurs also had a deadline day bid turned down.

The Argentine’s agent, Bruno Satin, said: “Chelsea and Manchester United are big clubs, and they monitor him, but so do Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Inter Milan and Barcelona.” He continued.

“Obviously, the boy would like to play football at the highest level. But there is nothing concrete at the minute; we have to look at things in the summer.”

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Terry: I’m most successful skipper.

John Terry claims he is the most successful Chelsea captain in the clubs’ history, according to Sky Sports.

The 30-year-old made his 500th appearance against Tottenham and he has been captain since 2004.

Terry, who made his debut 13 years ago against Aston Villa, said: “Throughout my career I’ve been the most successful captain in Chelsea’s history – that means a lot to me.” He added.

“Looking back I could never have predicted I’d be where I am today. My top moment would have to be the Barcelona game at Stamford Bridge and I scored the winner. “

Essien: No Milan move.

Michael Essien has no intention of joining AC Milan next season, his agent has confirmed, Sky Sports report.

The Ghanaian joined the Blues in 2005 but has been linked away with a move all season, but representative Fabien Piveteau has shrugged off such suggestions.

“Nothing is true,” he said. “I have not had any contact either with AC Milan or any other clubs, because everyone knows that Chelsea is happy with the player and Michael is happy at Chelsea.

“He is well in London and intends to stay there for the next three years.”

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