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You are here: Home / Ashley Cole: Where next for the former England and Chelsea defender?

Ashley Cole: Where next for the former England and Chelsea defender?

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The 107 cap England full-back has announced he's set to leave Stamford Bridge - but where will the 33-year-old defender move to this summer?
    

Cole has announced he is leaving Chelsea after eight years
Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has revealed that he believes he will be leaving the club this summer.
The 33-year-old revealed on Monday evening that he expects to be heading for new pastures following eight highly-successful years, during which he made 229 appearances for the Blues , winning one Premier League, four FA Cups, a League Cup and the Champions League.

Reduced to a bit-part role in 2013-14, as Cesar Azpilicueta was preferred by manager Jose Mourinho - and subsequently left out of England's World Cup squad, having played in every match at a major tournament since 2002 - Cole now looks set to leave Stamford Bridge to continue his career elsewhere.
Despite his age, Cole will likely be one of the most sought-after free transfers on the market this summer, free to move for nothing when his contract expires in July.
But where will the left-back , arguably the best anywhere in Europe for much of the last decade, pitch up next season?


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