The Blues skipper has been one of the best defenders in the Premier League this season…
Chelsea captain John Terry could be set to come out of England retirement to start for Roy Hodgson’s side at the World Cup next summer, reports the Mirror.
The 33-year-old has been an ever present in Chelsea’s team this season under Jose Mourinho, and the both excellent Gary Cahill and David Luiz are now competing for a place alongside him in the Blues’ defence.
In 21 appearances in the Premier League, he’s made regular last ditch tackles, heroic blocks, and looked a generally assured presence at the back for the side who currently top the table.
As a result, England fans have begun to call for Terry to come out of international retirement in time for next summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
Terry retired from England duty last April, but is more than good enough to slot back into the side, where the centre-back slots are currently occupied by his Chelsea teammate Gary Cahill and Everton’s Phil Jagielka.
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