Scouting For Antonio Conte: 3 Perfect Replacements For John Terry At Chelsea

It was a sad sight seeing John Terry getting sent off against Sunderland during the weekend, the red card means that Terry will miss out the game against Liverpool in midweek, though he should be back to say goodbye to his beloved Chelsea fans in the final game of the season against Leicester City, the new champions of England.

It has been an incredible journey for the 34-year-old and it seems his story with the blues will end this season. Terry has not been offered a new contract yet and he could be booted out of the club even before new manager Antonio Conte comes in.

The Blues will be looking to replace Terry in the Chelsea defence but that is one of the hardest things to do in the England game. Terry brought a lot to the London club, apart from his ability, he was passionate and a leader through and through.

Chelsea do have a lot of money to spend and could get some big names to step into the side next season. We provide three players who the Stamford Bridge club should sign next season to fill this large gaping hole.

Marquinhos

Marquinhos

One of the stranger names to come into the list, not because the Brazilian is not talented but his talent is going to waste at PSG. The 21-year-old was supposed to be one of the stars in Laurent Blanc’s side but has only played a bit-part role this season with just 24 league appearances.

Marquinhos is perfect for the Premier League and should be a viable option for Antonio Conte. He would also have a point to prove to his former owners. Mamadou Sakho turned out to be a great buy for Liverpool, ultimately, and Marquinhos could also be the perfect player for Conte’s new side.

Written by Kevin Harrison

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