Chelsea captain John Terry grieved a hamstrung injury in the first week of February, in the club’s victory over Newcastle United in the Premier League. The defender missed a bunch of Club’s matches, the imperative match being the UEFA Champions League clash against PSG which Chelsea lost by a narrow margin.

The defender was expected to be sidelined for a long time, but the tide has turned now, which will see John Terry making a surprising early return tomorrow, according to Dailystar UK.

But it is now reported that the veteran is set to make his return tomorrow, but the rumours are also on air that interim Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink will not be selecting John Terry for the Premier League clash this weekend, against Southampton. But the player may feature for the club’s return leg clash against PSG on March 9.

The former England player earlier revealed that the he may leave the West London Club at the end of this season. On February 1, he told that his life at Chelsea will not have a fairy ending, meaning that the player might not be at Stamford Bridge next season.

Last August, Terry received his first red card in nearly five years, and last season he was the part and parcel of the team which won the Premier League title. He did feature in all Premier League matches of Chelsea last season, but has failed to emulate the form of last season.

Chelsea also have fallen down from the charisma of last season, as the current league Champions are at 12th position in the Premier League table, which also saw Jose Mourinho getting sacked in last December. 

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