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Terry: No communication over new Chelsea deal

SoccerNews in English Premier League 7 Feb 2016


John Terry still harbours hope of remaining at Chelsea, despite revealing there is no communication between himself and the club over an extension to his contract.

Following the 5-1 victory over MK Dons in the FA Cup fourth round last weekend, Terry disclosed that talks over a new deal had broken down and he was set to leave Chelsea as a free agent at the end of the season.

However, last Monday, the club declared they had not ruled out the possibility of a future agreement with the 35-year-old captain.

Following Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United, Terry stated there are no ongoing discussions between himself and Chelsea.

“It’s a difficult one. The club’s the most important thing, there’s no communication between myself and the club at the minute. I said what I had to say, that’s how it was,” Terry told Sky Sports.

“I made it very clear I wanted to stay, but nothing has changed from my point of view.”

Terry was denied a penalty in the first half after Daley Blind appeared to block his goal-bound shot with his arm, and he felt the spot-kick should have been award.

“It was going in, I think. He’s put his hands up and it’s difficult for the referee, but, inside the box, it’s going in, it’s got to be a penalty for me,” the former England skipper added.

Terry was pleased to have rescued a point through Diego Costa’s 91st-minute equaliser, but wants Chelsea to start winning more games as they look to break into the top half.

“We’re in and around that mid-table and teams are dropping points in and around us and we need to start winning, but of late we’re drawing too many games,” he continued.

“They’re a good side so it’s not a bad result, but ideally we need to start winning.”


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