uses cookies to provide a better service to our users. By using this website, you agree to our use of cookies. Click "OK" to hide this message. Alternatively, click "TELL ME MORE" for more information.

LATEST NEWS 18:30 Liverpool vs Sevilla: Confirmed line-ups Will Liverpool lift one of Europe's most important trophies and will they qualify for next season's Champions ... 13:45 West Bromwich Albion vs Liverpool: Confirmed line-ups Liverpool are away at West Bromwich Albion days before their season's most important game of the season ...

Antonio Conte gives important update on Diego Costa's future at Chelsea Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has admitted that the future of striker Diego Costa is uncertain. The Spaniard is currently ruled out with a back injury that is expected to keep him... - Read article
Jose Mourinho gives important transfer update on two midfield players Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says all the players in his squad will enjoy regular first-team football this season, including midfielders Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini. The... - Read article
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: My personal message to the Manchester United fans Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he only has "positive vibes" after training at the Aon Training Complex in Carrington. The former Sweden international made his... - Read article

Newcastle United
15/05 vs 5-1

15/05 vs 1-1
Leicester City

Chelsea Jersey
» News

John Terry: Why "top player" Radamel Falcao will succeed at Chelsea


Chelsea captain John Terry says he immediately realised that new signing Radamel Falcao will be a success in next season's Premier League.

The Colombian joined Chelsea on loan from Monaco and will be eager to perform after a very disappointing campaign at Old Trafford last season.

And Terry says the 29-year-old will again show that he's one of the best strikers in the world.

"Literally after two minutes, he was backing in," Terry is quoted as saying by The Guardian.

"He did the same to Gary Cahill. The movement as well was excellent. For me, him and Harry Kane were the best players I came up against [last season].

"We had a little tussle on the floor 10 to 15 minutes later. He was up for it, was hungry and his movement and first touch were excellent. You get that feel as well. You can tell after a couple of minutes ... it's: 'I'll give a bit and he'll give a bit'.

"I just thought he was up for it that day and Gary felt the same. We are delighted to have him here because he's a top, top player."

Featured in article
Falcao, John Terry