The 31-year-old has been linked with a move to AC Milan as contract talks with his current club continue to stall, but our latest poll indicates that fans believe he will stayChelsea defender Ashley Cole will still be at the club at the start of next season, according to Goal.com readers.
The 31-year-old has been linked with a move to AC Milan in January after negotiations over a new contract stalled, with the west London club only willing to offer the left-back a new one-year deal.
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However, a resounding 63.13 per cent of you feel that Cole will eventually pen a new deal and remain at Stamford Bridge for next season.
Somewhat mysteriously, in second place, 15.99% believe the defender won't be at the club next season, but are unsure as to his next destination.
After a troubled start to their new league campaign in Serie A, AC Milan trailed in third with 12.26% of the vote, while a potential reunion with former boss Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid collected just 7.12% of your votes.
Bringing up the rear in last place were Barcelona, with a paltry 1.5% of the vote, perhaps borne out of the fact that the club have just recently invested in Jordi Alba.