Chelsea fans are ready to voice their discontent over the fact that John Terry is yet to be given a new contract at Stamford Bridge, Express reports.
The 35-year-old is expected to leave the club when his contract expires in the summer, despite publicly revealing his desire to stay.
He also held multiple meetings with director Marina Granovskaia, as well as technical director Michael Emenalo, but no official offer has been tabled.
The supporters are now set to protest his potential departure by walking out in the 26th minute, in tribute to the centre-back’s shirt number.
Chelsea Supporters Trust chairman, Tim Rolls, admitted that he heard reports over a potential walk-out and expects there to be a lot of fans chanting for Terry’s stay.
“We have heard of groups planning to walk out, but that is nothing to do with us. We don’t think there will be many. But there will be a lot of chanting and singing and there will be banners. There is a lot of discontent,” he said.
Terry has already featured 33 times in all competitions this term, so far managing to score one goal while providing another one assist in the process.