Cole, Lampard and Terry being made to sweat on new contracts.
Chelsea could wave goodbye to three stalwarts of the club this summer with Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and John Terry’s contracts set to expire.
The captain in particular has been incredibly influential during Jose Mourinho’s first season back at Stamford Bridge, whilst Cole and Lampard remain revered figures at the club.
Yet Mourinho has revealed that despite this, no negotiations for new deals for the trio have been undertaken as yet.
Jose on futures of JT, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole: ‘I don’t know. I always do my reports for the club.. & analyse every aspect.’ #CFC
— Chelsea FC (@chelseafc) May 9, 2014
The 51-year-old has previously said that he would like to keep all three Englishmen in west London, but that the decision is out of his hands.
Terry is the only member of the current Blues squad to have progressed from their youth academy, breaking into the first team back in 1998.
Lampard meanwhile was an £11m transfer from West Ham United back in 2001 and in nearly 13 years at the Bridge has become the club’s all-time top-scorer.
Finally Cole completed the controversial move from London rivals Arsenal back in 2006 and all three have won every available domestic trophy with the side, as well as the Champions League and Europa League.
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