PIERS MORGAN and John Terry were involved in a bitter spat on Twitter.
As the transfer window drew to a close, SunSport columnist Morgan took to Twitter to troll Chelsea over the club's league position.
With Chelsea moving to complete the last-gasp deal for Enzo Fernandez's £107million record-breaking transfer, Morgan decided to laud over his club's position at the top of the table instead.
Sharing a picture of the current Premier League table, he said: "Reminder to Chelsea fans: we’re top of the League, you’re 10th, and we’re 21pts ahead of you with a game in hand.
"So spend all the gazillions you want but what you REALLY need to buy is a telescope🔭 to look up at Arsenal."
However, Chelsea legend John Terry refused to take the dig lying down.
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The former Blues skipper responded: "You have gone missing for 20 years! And you still have a long way to go…👀 💙.
"I have won more trophies since I retired playing golf than Arsenal have.🏌🏻♂️🤣."
Morgan then hit back with another post.
He remarked: "Pipe down ‘Tiger’ Terry… it was only 18 years ago that Arsenal went unbeaten in a whole League season (incl stuffing Chelsea, led by you, home & away…).
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"So the only thing that’s ‘missing’ is the word Invincible’ on your CV…."
So far Terry is yet to respond again.
One club-man Terry, now 42, won 17 trophies at Chelsea, including the Champions League and five Prem titles.
And Chelsea could sure use his defensive prowess as they aim to drag themselves back towards the European qualification spots from a poor opening half of the campaign.
However, a massive outlay across the winter market has seen Chelsea spend a whopping £325m on eight transfers.
Meanwhile, Arsenal had a far more shrewd window, completing a deadline day deal for Jorginho as they sent Albert Sambi Lokonga out on loan.
Leandro Trossard and Jakub Kiwior also arrived for a combined £48m earlier in the window.
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