Chelsea captain John Terry and defensive colleague Branislav Ivanovic are reported to fear for their futures following the club’s poor start to the season. The defending champions have won just once in the Premier League this term, and find themselves 11 points behind Manchester City after only five games played. Both Terry and Ivanovic have come in for criticism for their performances in recent weeks and, according to The Mirror, are uncertain if they will be at Chelsea come next season. The experienced duo will each see their contracts expire at the end of the campaign and have a battle on to prove they are worthy of new deals. Their respective places in Jose Mourinho’s plans are likely to become more apparent when Chelsea face Arsenal on Saturday.