The Chelsea manager sees John Stones, pictured, as a long-term replacement for captain John Terry

John Stones to Chelsea: Everton reject £26m second bid for defender as Toffees insist defender is not for sale

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John Stones to Chelsea: Everton determined to keep defender, reports of £26m bid being rejected

Defender seen as ideal long-term replacement for John Terry

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John Stones to Chelsea: Blues expected to make second bid for Everton defender within the next 48 hours

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The Chelsea manager sees John Stones, pictured, as a long-term replacement for captain John Terry

John Stones to Manchester United: Red Devils 'join Chelsea' in pursuit of Everton defender

Manchester United could have better chance of recruiting young centre-back

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The Chelsea manager sees John Stones, pictured, as a long-term replacement for captain John Terry

John Stones to Chelsea: Everton defender would improve under Jose Mourinho, claims mentor

Bobby Hassell has been talking up the youngster

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Pedro to Manchester United: Transfer news live - Liverpool sign Christian Benteke, Wojciech Szczesny to leave Arsenal

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John Stones in action for Everton

John Stones to Chelsea: Everton defender wants Chelsea transfer as Blues table £26m second bid

England international thinks move would further his career

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Sergio Ramos to Manchester United - transfer news live: Pedro to Chelsea, Raheem Sterling debut for Manchester City

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Wayne Rooney to return to Everton after agreeing to play in Duncan Ferguson testimonial

Rooney famously left Everton in 2004 for Manchester United

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