Chelsea star Terry signs new deal

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Chelsea captain John Terry has signed a new one-year deal with the club, according to The Mirror

The former England international has enjoyed a great season at Stamford Bridge, having played an integral role in Jose Mourinho's side. 

Terry - alongside Gary Cahill - at the heart of Mourinho's defence were outstanding as the Blues reached the semi-finals of the Champions League this term. 

The new deal - which will keep the 33-year-old at the club until the summer of 2015 - will see Terry become the highest paid defender in the Premier League

It appears that a number of clubs around Europe were interested in the player's services, however the veteran will now enter another season as the Blues' skipper. 

Terry and Co. will already be looking ahead to next season after Chelsea only managed to secure a third placed finish in the Premier League in this campaign. 

Mourinho will certainly be hoping for silverware, in what could prove to be Terry's final season at Chelsea. 

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