Date: 19th July 2018 at 6:30pm
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At 32-years-of-age has the Chelsea career of Gary Cahill come to an end?

The reason we ask is that speculation has appeared, courtesy of the news source, the Evening Standard, that the centre-back may be looking to leave Stamford Bridge.

There are a couple of factors that could influence that decision.

Firstly, Chelsea are showing some serious interest in bringing the Juventus defender, Daniele Rugani, to the club, meaning Cahill’s first-team appearances could be few and far between next season.

Secondly, the player only has one-year left on his contract and knows that if he were to be offered a new deal it would only be in accordance with Chelsea’s over-30 policy of awarding just a one-year deal.

Since arriving at Stamford Bridge, Gary Cahill has had an exceptional career, winning every domestic trophy available and also sampling wonderful nights when the Champions League and Europa League trophies were hoisted high into the air.

But, what is your view on the future of Gary Cahill?

Is it time to say cheerio or does he still have a major role to play at the club?

Please feel free to air your views in the comments facility beneath this article.


2 Replies to “Cahill Chelsea’s Career Continuation Questioned”

  • I would like to keep Gary as we have too few English players, and too few players that would put Chelsea foremost in their heart. Since we have not had our spine of Drogba, Lamps, Terry and Cech it does not seem that the team care about winning enough. We need more blood that runs blue

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