Aston Villa could have clear run to sign John Terry now

Aston Villa could have clear run to sign John Terry now

Aston Villa could have clear run to sign John Terry now

Chelsea take on Cardiff at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon, with Sarri looking to become just the fourth manager to win his first five Premier League games after Carlo Ancelotti, Craig Shakespeare and Pep Guardiola.

Terry, who spent last season at Aston Villa but is a free agent, turned down a two-year contract at Spartak Moscow this week after indicating it would not be the right move for his family.

Sarri believes Terry, 37, still wants to play for another season, but insists he will always be welcome at his "home" back at Chelsea. "He told me a lot of things, that he wants to play, so I'd have to speak to him again". "But I don't know the situation now". I'm talking about one week ago.

Chelsea icon Terry captained the club to five Premier League titles, as well as four FA Cups and three EFL Cups, along with a Champions League and Europa League title.

Terry is unlikely to be returning to Stamford Bridge, for now, but he is working with the academy players at Chelsea's Cobham training ground as he seeks his coaching qualifications, with a long-term target in mind.

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And Brazilian defender Luiz says he loves the new manager and his philosophy and thinks that there is a great opportunity for the team to do something good this season.

"Of course (I'm open to having him)". Only because after the first season the players understood the difficulty of this kind of match.

The Italian boss now boasts an unbeaten record in his first four league games with the Blues, but is wary of dropping points after a host of players took part in global duty having experienced a poor return with Napoli during his time with the Serie A outfit.

"We need another step, I think, to be the same level". I think so, but I hope not.

Sarri, meanwhile, reveals he is open to bringing Terry back to the club as a member of the coaching staff. Because, as I said before, I want to give space to the young players.

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