Chelsea morning news: Fabregas 'at home', Blues to net £18m per year

A round up of news stories this morning about Chelsea.

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas says he feels very much at home at Stamford Bridge.

The Spaniard has made it clear he decided to return to London in order to win trophies.

“I have gone back there to work, to win trophies and to enjoy myself. The only thing I needed to get used to was Chelsea's squad, and that was very easy as we have a good group of players. I feel very much at home. I don't just feel British - I feel like a true Londoner,” he said.

Chelsea are lining up Turkish Airlines to replace current sponsor Samsung.

Chelsea’s deal with Samsung expires at the end of the season and TA have already been lined up.

The new deal with the new sponsor will be worth around £18 million per year according to the Daily Mail.

Chelsea captain John Terry has backed Wayne Rooney as England captain.

Terry was asked whether Rooney was the right man to be leading his country after his performance in England’s 2-0 win against Switzerland.

“I think he was and for me he’s still one of the best players in the world. The right choice for captain,” said Terry.

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