Chelsea boss Antonio Conte as praised the commitment of John Terry amid talk of a possible return to the England squad.
Terry retired from international football in 2012 but new boss Sam Allardyce, who names his first England squad on Sunday, has indicted he may speak with the 35-year-old defender over the possibility of a return.
A return to international football at the age of 35, could potentially have an impact on Terry’s condition for Chelsea, but Conte is happy for Allardyce and the player to sort it out.
As far as Conte is concerned, he is delighted with the way Terry is performing in training and will leave the rest to Terry and Big Sam.
“I’m a former international team coach so I know this situation and prefer it to be solved between Sam Allardyce and John Terry. That’s the right way,” former Italy boss Conte said.
“John Terry has a great attitude during training and is working very hard. I’m very happy with his commitment. But for the international team, it is important for it to be solved between Sam Allardyce and John Terry.”