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Chelsea captain set to sign new deal

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Chelsea captain John Terry is set to sign a new one-year deal with the club, reports The Daily Mail

The Blues ace has been in sensational form this season and is coming to the end of his current £150,000-a-week deal with the club.

Jose Mourinho is set to reward his skipper with a new deal to remain at the Blues beyond the end of this campaign, which will take him into his 17th season with the club.

Terry put in yet another fine performance on Monday night as Chelsea beat Premier League title rivals Manchester City 1-0 at the Etihad. 

Jose Mourinho has assured the club-captain that his contract will be sorted out in the summer, but it now appears that the issue could be resolved sooner. 

Chelsea, along with Terry, will be looking to build on their victory over Manchester City this weekend as they take on Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge. 

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