According to Chelsea Fans Channel, Chelsea captain John Terry has agreed a two-year contract with a Chinese Super League club – believed to be Beijing Gouan.
The 35-year-old has made over 700 appearances for the Blues, captaining them to four Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups, the 2012 Champions League title and the 2013 Europa League title.
But the veteran centre-back revealed following an FA Cup clash with MK Dons in February that the west London club were yet to extend his contract beyond the end of the season.
And according to the video below from the Chelsea Fans Channel, Terry is now set to leave Stamford Bridge on a free transfer to the Chinese Super League, where he’ll ply his trade with a Beijing-based club.
It appears Chelsea did not offer him a new contract or the chance to stay on in West London in any capacity.
That means the former England skipper’s outing against Sunderland on Saturday, in which he received a red card in stoppage time, will be his last appearance for the Blues.