England manager Roy Hodgson has ruled out handing John Terry an international recall, the Mirror understands.
The Three Lions fell to a 1-0 defeat to Germany at Wembley yesterday, securing back to back home losses for the first time since the late seventies leading former England defender Danny Mills to call for Terry to be welcomed back into the fold.
However, Hodgson has insisted that he is happy with his current batch of defenders, who helped the nation book their place at next summer’s World Cup without losing any of their qualifying matches.
Meanwhile, Galatasaray’s interest in signing the Blues skipper appears to have ended as the Turkish club have reportedly accepted that he does not want to leave Stamford Bridge.
Roberto Mancini was considering a move for the 32 year old as he looks to improved their position in the Super Lig, but will now look elsewhere.
Terry, who has started all eleven of the Chelsea’s league games this season, is set to be offered only a one year extension on his current deal, so to fall in line with the clubs policy.
Elsewhere, Barcelona have joined Real Madrid in the race to sign midfielder Ramires, according to the Express.