SubscribeSubscribe

So Man United have secured their 18th top-flight title, but what price are Fergie’s men to retain the trophy? See all the early Best Price betting for the 2009/10 season here.

Chelsea have confirmed that they have turned down a second offer from Manchester City for captain John Terry.

City made an unsuccessful bid for the England skipper last January and they have again failed in their attempts to sign the England captain.

The size of the offer was reported to be £30m, but Chelsea insist that Terry is not for sale and that the 28-year-old is totally committed to the cause at Stamford Bridge.

A statement on the club’s official website said: “We can confirm we have completely rejected an offer from Manchester City for John Terry.

“It was made clear to City, for a second time following an approach last season, that we would not entertain any conversation on the subject.

“At the time John also reiterated his total commitment to Chelsea.

“We would like to make it clear, and will not do so again, that John is not for sale.”

So Man United have secured their 18th top-flight title, but what price are Fergie’s men to retain the trophy? See all the early Best Price betting for the 2009/10 season here.

For more fascinating features, subscribe and save 30% and use the below link?

Articles

Kelsey Media Ltd
The Granary, Downs Court
Yalding Hill
Yalding
Kent ME18 6AL
01959 541444
www.kelsey.co.uk

© 2021 Kelsey Media Ltd