Swansea keen on move for Chelsea star John Terry if they survive

Barsaba Taglieri
Aprile 21, 2017

He said after the game he didn't feel at his best, and that's obviously had an impact on the way he played.

"I hope the players respond, they have not responded well over the last six games when pressure has been there but we have to perform to alleviate it", Clement added.

With the Welsh side suffering five defeats in their last six league games to remain one place and two points behind Hull, Clement believes one of the two teams will go down at the end of the campaign.

"If we stay up why wouldn't we be interested?"

Manager Paul Clement worked with the defender while he was at Chelsea in numerous coaching roles earlier in his career and will look at the chance of taking the 36-year-old on a free transfer if the Swans stay up.

Clement knows Terry well from their time at Stamford Bridge together, with the Swansea head coach being Carlo Ancelotti's assistant when Chelsea won a the Double in the 2009-10 season. "I know John very well as a player and a person and I would be more than happy to speak to him".

"He wasn't 100 per cent at Watford".

"Against Stoke the fans need to bring a huge atmosphere to the game", he was quoted as saying by the club's official website. I've seen the players battling and going hammer and tongs in training this week. Swansea have a tough run of fixtures following the Stoke match as they face fifth-placed Manchester United and seventh-placed Everton before a crucial game against basement side Sunderland.

Despite Watford's record of three wins from four, we're hesitant to back them when they've shipped so many goals on their travels.

"I'm a big admirer of John, he is one of the best that ever played, not only in that position but in general", said Bilic.

With relegation looming large for the Swans, we look at five players who would be too good to play in the Championship.

He continue "My view is that it's between us and Hull but Middlesbrough have got an important game on Monday night".

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