John Terry to remain at Chelsea after loan interest from Bournemouth - Sky sources

John Terry in action during the Premier League match against Burnley at Stamford Bridge
Image: John Terry appears set to stay with Chelsea for the rest of his contract

John Terry will not be leaving Chelsea before the end of the season, Sky sources understand.

The 36-year-old centre-back will see out the rest of his contract at Stamford Bridge, which expires in the summer.

Sky sources reported on Tuesday that Bournemouth had asked Chelsea if they could take Terry on loan for the rest of the campaign, after losing on-loan Nathan Ake back to the Blues.

Terry has struggled for game-time under Antonio Conte after an early-season injury and the Italian's successful back-three system has spurred Gary Cahill, David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta into sensational form.

Terry played in the FA Cup third-round thrashing of Peterborough at the weekend alongside the returning Kurt Zouma but the ex-England captain was sent off on 66 minutes.

Nathan Ake celebrates after scoring the opening goal of the game
Image: Nathan Ake has returned early to Chelsea from his loan at Bournmouth

As a result, Terry is suspended for Saturday's Premier League clash away to champions Leicester City after the one-game ban was upheld on Tuesday.

Bournemouth had Ake on loan for the first half of the campaign before he was recalled to Stamford Bridge after some impressive performances.

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Terry has spent his entire career at Chelsea apart from a loan spell with Nottingham Forest in 2000 when he was 19.

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