Chelsea continued their march towards the Premier League title with a comfortable 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
The Blues have won 10 of their opening 12 Premier League matches under Jose Mourinho with 1-1 draws coming away at both Manchester City and Manchester United.
Whilst everything seems to be going perfectly for Jose Mourinho at present, the ‘Special One’ knows this is only the beginning for his new look Chelsea side, who he wants to turn into the dominant force in Europe.
In order to do that, Chelsea will start having to think about a long-term replacement for John Terry in the not too distant future. The Chelsea captain is now 33-years-of-age and is fast approaching the twilight of his illustrious Chelsea career.
Whilst his retirement may be a while away yet, that hasn’t stopped the press from linking the Blues with some new defenders this winter whilst the debate amongst Chelsea fans continues as to whether his replacement needs to be signed or is already waiting in the wings at the West London club.