Chelsea to parade Premier League trophy a day after FA Cup final

Chelsea's John Terry celebrates scoring a goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Chelsea and Watford at Stamford Bridge stadium in London Monday

"I've not ruled out Sunday being my last game and retiring from football", he told Sky Sports.

"It depends, if the right offer comes along I will sit down and consider it with my family - whether that is here, abroad, or wherever that may be."

Former Chelsea midfielder and one of his close friends, Frank Lampard, said: "It's John's call but of course he can play for another Premier League club".

"The FA Cup final, you don't play that on Saturday".

When Nathan Ake failed to get enough purchase on a headed clearance, Terry attempted to nod the ball back to Asmir Begovic, only for Capoue to steal in and send a header past the advancing Chelsea goalkeeper.

JOHN TERRY believes he has learned plenty of valuable management lessons from Antonio Conte as the Chelsea legend's thoughts turn increasingly to a life after playing.

"If I could have written my story as a 14-year-old, when I signed on the pitch, this would have been it. Thank you to everyone, from the bottom of my heart".

"I was delighted first and foremost to start the game and then to score and win". Watford is a really good team and I still follow them.

"I made this decision to change a lot of players with the opportunity, above all, for our young players to start this game", Conte said.

In 2015, he won his second Premier League title, this time under Jose Mourinho, Mikel played 18 times and also scored no goal.

Antonio Conte was understandably relaxed after Chelsea's 4-3 win over Watford but the manager is set to pick his strongest team to face Sunderland on Sunday.

After the game, Conte was asked if he'd would be telling Costa off for taking the food.

"I can't imagine they are going to drop to 10th next season, but Conte's big job over the summer is re-motivating those players".

Asked why he had chose to rest so many of his first-team regulars - including Thibaut Courtois, Gary Cahill, Nemanja Matic and Diego Costa - manager Antonio Conte replied: "You don't start planning for the FA Cup final on the Saturday. For this reason, in my head, I have a plan to try to arrive to play the final in the best condition, in the best situation for my players".

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