England manager Roy Hodgson is considering a shocking recall for Chelsea captain John Terry ahead of Euro 2016, according to reports from the Daily Mail.
The Three Lions played friendlies against Germany and the Netherlands this past week, beating the World Champions 3-2 but succumbed to a 2-1 defeat to the Dutch.
And despite the brilliant comeback victory over Die Mannschaft, Hodgson realizes that there are some issues at the back that could be fixed by recalling the Blues defender.
The 35-year-old being back in the England set up will definitely be a controversial decision, but it is not one that will be stopped by the Football Association.
Terry was involved in a racial spat with Anton Ferdinand back in 2012, and although he was cleared of all charges, the centre-back was disappointedly still suspended by the FA.
The Chelsea icon has made 31 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring one goal.