Ashley Cole could make U-turn over Chelsea future

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Ashley Cole could still sign a new deal at Chelsea despite publicly admitting he looked set to leave Stamford Bridge.

The 33-year-old full-back took to Twitter last night to reveal he was weighing up his options after failing to agree terms with Chelsea.

However Sky Sports believe Cole has not cut all ties with Chelsea and could still put pen to paper on a deal to extend his stay with the west London outfit.

Cole, who is currently on holiday after missing out on a place in England's World Cup squad, reportedly has a number of offers on the table from clubs across Europe and America.

The Daily Telegraph suggest Cole has eight offers to consider before making a final decision on his future - with Liverpool and Real Madrid said to be in the running to land the former Arsenal ace.

Jose Mourinho made it clear at the end of the season that he was keen on keeping Cole at Stamford Bridge - despite the fact he often opted to start Cesar Azpilicueta at left-back.

Cole will want some kind of assurances over the amount of football he would play next season at Chelsea if he was to consider remaining at the club he has served for eight years.

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