John Terry admits Kevin De Bruyne rise has surprised him and admits it is hard for youngsters to flourish at Chelsea
John Terry has revealed the incredible rise of Kevin De Bruyne has surprised him more than the similar ascents of Mohamed Salah and Romelu Lukaku following their failed spells at Chelsea.
All three players failed to make an impact at Stamford Bridge but have since become stalwarts with other Premier League clubs. Lukaku moved to Manchester United for £75million last summer while Salah has flourished since joining Liverpool for £39m.
While Terry revealed all three players showed glimpses of their incredible talents at Chelsea, he admits that he never expected De Bruyne to reach the heights... read more
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