Desailly: 'It would also have been good for him (Terry) to experience something else."
Former Chelsea captain Marcel Desailly isn't convinced his former team-mate John Terry should remain at Stamford Bridge.
The former Blues defender said Terry, who recently accepted a one-year deal, doesn't have to be a first choice in Antonio Conte's side next season but recognises the Chelsea captain as a leader for the team.
"He is still the leader and maybe (Antonio) Conte met him and realised that John is still ready to sacrifice everything for the club," said Desailly.
"John doesn't have to be first choice but keeping him is good for the continuity of the team. So I am very happy for him but it would also have been good for him to experience something else.
"I know from my own experience that it's good on a personal level and for your family."