Chelsea morning news: Mourinho questions Chelsea strength, why it's a HUGE day for John Terry

A round up of this morning’s news stories about Chelsea.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his team weren’t strong enough to force a result at West Brom.

The Premier League leaders had the chance to go four points clear at the top but could only manage a 1-1 draw away at the Hawthorns.

“I was feeling that the only thing we could do is defend well. We were not strong enough to get out in the last 10 minutes. The game doesn’t end until the last whistle and the defensive mistake led to the goal,” said the boss.

The Mirror has reported that French giants Paris Saint-Germain continue to track Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard.

PSG have been linked with a big money bid for the in form Belgian despite the fact the player has no plans to leave Stamford Bridge.

Hazard recently bagged his first Premier League hat-trick against Newcastle as speculation around his future rolls on.

The Independent has suggested that England chief Roy Hodgson will discuss the possibility of John Terry returning to the national side today.

Terry has retired from international football but his performances for the Blues this season have led to suggestions that he could feature at the World Cup this summer.

However, reports suggest that the most likely scenario will see Terry staying in retirement from the international game.

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