Blues defender staying put

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Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has no plans to leave the club, according to his representative Vlado Borozan, reports

The 27-year-old has been faultless at the back for Chelsea since his move from Lokomotiv Moscow in January 2008.

Since the sale of Ricardo Carvalho and injury to Alex, the Serb's appearances have been more frequent, and his performances, particularly in Europe have caught the attention of Europe's elite, but the Chelsea man's agent has refuted any claims of a move away.

"His future? Branislav doesn't move from Chelsea," Borozan told tuttomercatoweb.


"He recently renewed his contract, he'll stay in London."

The news will come as a boost to Chelsea who, after struggling this season, are looking to mount a serious title challenge next season.

With John Terry fitness always uncertain and Jose Bosingwa's form erratic, Chelsea's retention of Ivanovic is important if the club have ambitions of fighting on four fronts again next season.

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