John Terry’s illustrious career is coming to an end at Chelsea it seems he’ll become the latest England star to move across the pond- following in the footsteps of Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and David Beckham.
The Blues skipper signed a one-year extension last year to remain at Stamford Bridge but has failed to secure regular first-team appearances this season, finding himself behind Antonio Conte’s first-choice trio of Cesar Azpilicueta, Gary Cahill and David Luiz.
With huis contract having just a few months left to run, Chelsea are unlikely to offer an extension as they also have Nathan Ake and Kurt Zouma on their ranks- and it seems he’ll finish his playing days in the MLS.
Whilst clubs in China are believed to be keen in his services, Terry looks set to move to the over side of the world and become the latest big-name to join the MLS- which would be a major boost to American soccer, considering the amount of big names that have moved to the Far East in recent windows.
LA Galaxy are reported to be the favourites for Terry’s signature and could enjoy a few years of the former England skipper playing for their side, before hanging up his playing boots in the not too distant future.
At the age of 36, there’s also an outside possibility that Terry could retire at the end of the season- which would see him become a rare breed of modern footballer, having spent the entirety of his career with the Blues.