Chelsea legend John Terry looks to have played his last game for the West London club after being sent off in the dying minutes of his side’s 3-2 defeat to Sunderland yesterday, The Guardian report.
The veteran centre-half is coming to the end of his career and with his contract expiring this summer, the Blues have told the enforcer that he will not receive an extension.
This means Terry will leave Stamford Bridge as a free agent, with every chance that he will move overseas for one last pay day before hanging up his boots following a memorable career.
The experienced centre-half was given his marching orders at the Stadium of Light for two bookable offences, with the second coming as the Blues chased an equaliser on Wearside.
Terry fouled Wahbi Khazri in injury time to be dismissed, which is his second red card of the season after being given his marching orders at The Hawthorns against West Brom earlier in the campaign.
This means that an automatic two-match ban will be handed out and the defender will be forced to sit out the club’s remaining clashes with Liverpool and Leicester.
A section of the Chelsea fans believe Terry should be handed a new deal but the former England captain revealed in January that he would leave the club this summer.
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