Chelsea captain John Terry is a target for Chinese Super Clubs as his contract at Stamford Bridge winds down, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Blues skipper is entering the final six months of his deal at Stamford Bridge and will be free to talk to foreign clubs from January onwards.
Talks to extend are not understood to have taken place yet, though that tends to be common practice in West London, with players over 30 not usually talked to until around February.
However, reports suggest that the wealthy CSL are eager to land big names in order to grow a global brand.
England captain Wayne Rooney is the name hitting headlines, with the Manchester United forward said to be the subject of an astonishing £75m contract offer.
Now, Terry could also be attracting interest from Asia, rather than go to the MLS at the end of his English career, in a similar manner to former teammates Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.