John Terry reveals plan to return to Chelsea as manager with Lampard

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He reportedly has signed a one-year contract, including an option of a bonus of around £4 million if they are promoted to the Premier League.

However, the 70-year-old insisted the club would spend within their means in the transfer market.

And he was given a guided tour of Villa Park by Steve Bruce yesterday.

Well, Terry was officially announced as an Aston Villa player on Monday, signing a one-year deal in one of the more eye-capturing moves of the summer so far.

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But the defender is already planning for a return to Stamford Bridge alongside fellow ex-Chelsea star Frank Lampard.

"I'm here because the hunger and the ambition is the exact same as mine, and that's to win this league and get back to the Premier League".

The former England International called time on his 22-year bond with the Stamford Bridge side this summer when his contract expired.

"PFA Player of the Year award victor in 2005, Terry also won 78 caps for England and represented his country at the World Cup and at the European Championships".

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"I think John Terry could still play in the Premier League, but he has chosen to go to arguably the biggest club in the Championship", Sherwood told talkSPORT.

Villa boss Steve Bruce said that he helped to convince Terry to join the Championship club after offering to help him in the early stages of his plans to earn his coaching badges.

Kodija looked likely to miss the start of the new season after sustaining a serious ankle injury against Blackburn Rovers but the 26-year-old is seemingly making rapid progress and could be available for the opening clash against Hull City on 5th August.

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