'We need this' – Chelsea fans name Andrey Santos 'new John Terry' after inspiring dressing-room speech for Brazil U20s | The Sun

CHELSEA fans believe they have the “new John Terry” on their books.

That’s after January signing Andrey Santos delivered a passionate dressing room speech before inspiring Brazil to a huge win over rivals Argentina.


Santos, 18, completed a below-the-radar £18million move to Stamford Bridge from Vasco earlier this month.

A strong and skilful central midfielder, Santos was wanted by Newcastle before opting for Graham Potter’s Chelsea.

And he is now showing off his skills by captaining Brazil at the U20 South American Championships.

The young Samba Boys got off to a flyer in their first match against Peru, with Santos scoring in a 3-0 win against Peru.

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But things got even better for Chelsea’s new man when he netted his second of the tournament in yesterday’s 3-1 victory over Argentina.

Brilliant footage has now emerged from Brazil’s changing room before kick-off, showing Santos firing up his teammates with a passionate speech.

The midfielder held nothing back as he urged his side to secure victory, saying: “Our time has come, now it’s time to put it on the field.

“Everyone together. F**k whoever they put on the field.

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“[Brazil’s subs] Next half you will come in and destroy them. Let’s go together and achieve our dreams.”

The speech certainly excited Chelsea fans, who not only believe they have a successor to Brazilian veteran Thiago Silva, but also one to legendary former captain Terry.

A Blues supporter declared: “He delivered a John-Terry-like dressing room speech!”

Another said: “Already a leader. We need those at Chelsea.”

One noted: “”Reminds you of another certain Chelsea player doesn’t it?”

Another added: “Thiago Silva energy. We got Brazilian present and future captain.”

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